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Soulja Boy Goes Off on Kanye, Lil Yachty and Stunna 4 Vegas



Soulja Boy is back on Instagram Live with even more beef. Photo via Vevo/YouTube

It seems Soulja Boy never stops finding conflict. His most recent beef with Ye eventually ended in peace. Still, the “Crank That” lyricist still manages to get into various Ye-related altercations.

For instance, Big Draco recently blamed Ye after Lil Yachty removed Soulja’s part off of his song. Soulja ranted to IG live about the removal.

In the video, Soulja called out Kanye, Yachty, and Stunna for disrespecting then ghosting him.

“That’s three songs Kanye West, Lil Yachty, and Stunna 4 Vegas y’all got me fucked up. None of you rappers call my phone no more. Please. I’m begging y’all. Stop. Cause this shit is a slap in the face,” 

One might ask why Soulja involved Lil Yachty and Stunna 4 Vegas in his conflict with Ye. Well, he would go on to explain just that. 

“Kanye, this shit your fault! This shit your fault, Kanye, before this motherfucking, before this ‘Donda’ album shit, nobody wasn’t trying Big Draco like that. Now you got Lil Yachty sending me songs and taking me off the songs.”

“You got Stunna 4 Vegas sending me songs and putting the songs out with Big Yavo and SSGKobe. What is going on around here?”

Luckily, all three rappers soon made piece. After the emotional IG live, Soulja posted two follow-up stories.

In the first, Big Draco explained he had to wait for Lil Yachty to contact him. Still, Soulja let the world know that “Me and Stunna 4 Vegas is good.”

In the second story, the dramatic conflict finally found a logical endpoint. “Me and Yachty are good,” Soulja claimed, including  a “100” emoji in the end.

Soulja Boy’s Conflict with Trouble

Just two weeks ago, Soulja Boy threatened Trouble, shocking some of the Young Dolph’s fans. Soulja’s released his “Stretch Some” recent single the same day Memphis shooters killed Young Dolph.

Trouble questioned Soulja’s behavior in the tweet. Soon enough, Big Draco opened the conversation door with two legs and straightforward responses.

“That song been out, but what u wanna do n***a,” Soulja began in response. The rapper then claimed Trouble “sound tough as hell,” but only “on the internet.” “Fuck u talking about n***a. Police ass n***a,” Soulja concluded in a post, which someone removed later.

The conversation ended with a warning. “Bitch ass boy, you could be next @TroubleDTE,” Draco wrote.

Later, in an Instagram video, Soulja discussed the situation with the social media crowd.

“Big Homie dead, I’m supposed to be sad and shit like what the fuck n***a?” the rapper asked. “Y’all n***a lame, man y’all got me fucked up. Cause if that woulda been me, y’all n***a’s would have been laughing and shit and crackin’ jokes. There wouldn’t have been no rest in peace Soulja Boy.”

Written by Nikita Serdiuk

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