Soulja Boy Accuses Kanye West Of Stealing From Him.
Soulja Boy has been throwing shade at Kanye west ever since he found out his verse on ‘Remote control’ was not included in Ye’s released album. Earlier this week the 31-year-old rapper took his frustrations with Kanye to the next level when he mentioned he was the first rapper to link up with his wife Kim Kardashian.
The Chicago-bred rapper, however, did not look like he was going to stop at that as he went on to tell ye to apologize to Taylor Swift for interrupting her performance at the 2009 VMA awards. After releasing a series of hateful comments on both his Instagram and Twitter accounts Soulja Boy went the extra mile by asking Kanye to get in the ring with him for a fight.
With most of his time and energy for the whole week spent on dissing Kanye and his newly released album Soulja Boy still does not seem satisfied as he went on to accuse Kanye of stealing from him. Speaking on his massive Instagram account boasting of around 6.6 million followers Soulja Boy mentioned that when he records songs with Kanye and they don’t get released it can be equated to theft the culprit being Ye.
It is obvious the Chicago native is greatly heartbroken for his exclusion from the album but he might want to apologize, especially after Kanye’s manager revealed that Ye was planning on releasing another version of Donda that will include all the verses he had omitted.
After his manager's comments, all eyes are on whether Kanye will include verses from Soulja Boy and Chris Brown in the second version of Donda even after the two slammed him in public. Meanwhile, Drake has just released his 'Certified Lover Boy' album to streaming platforms as he looks to thrash Donda and possibly extends his feud with Kanye.
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