Soulja Boy doesn’t want any rappers to hit him up for features anymore. On Monday (November 29), the 31-year-old took to Instagram Live and targeted Kanye West, Lil Yachty and Stunna 4 Vegas, who he says cut his verses from their latest singles.
“That’s three songs,” Soulja Boy exclaimed. “Kanye West, Lil Yachty and Stunna 4 Vegas y’all got me fucked up.”
He went on to make what he called a “public service announcement,” adding, “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.”
Draco then came for Ye himself, saying ever since his verse was cut from Donda’s “Remote Control,” rappers haven’t been clearing his verses.
“Kanye this shit your fault!” Soulja said. “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?”
Soulja has been making headlines recently for his poor response to Young Dolph’s murder. On November 18, Atlanta rapper Trouble took issue with Soulja’s timing in regard to the release of his latest single “Stretch Some,” which he dropped the day after Dolph’s passing.
“I like da lil silly shit soulja Be doin time to time, its entertainment, I get it,” Trouble tweeted. “Dont Be no puss azz n-gga an drop no song kalled ‘stretch sump’ da next dayy as if u got active in my dawg losin his life dou! ? Das ho shit luh Bruh @souljaboy an u kno wuzzam wit me.”
Soulja was quick to respond, reiterating in two now-deleted tweets that “Stretch Some” had been out for about a month.
“That song been out but what u wanna do n-gga?” he replied. “U sound touch as hell on the internet fuck u talking about n-gga .. Police ass n-gga @TroubleDTE.”
He then issued a harrowing warning to Trouble, “Bitch ass boy you could be next @TroubleDTE.”
Soulja Boy was beefing with both Young Dolph and Key Glock right before the former’s passing, and Soulja hasn’t expressed much remorse since. “
Big Homie dead, i’m supposed to be sad and shit like what the fuck n-gga?” the rapper said in another Instagram video. “Y’all n-gga lame, man y’all got me fucked up. Cause if that woulda been me, y’all n-gga’s would have been laughing and shit and crackin’ jokes. There wouldn’t have been no rest in peace Soulja Boy.”