Soulja Boy Snaps On ‘Bitch Ass N-gga’ Kanye West As Consequence Reveals A ‘Donda’ Secret

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Soulja Boy is still furious about his exclusion from Kanye West’s tenth studio album Donda. Since August 29, when he realized his verse for “Remote Control” had been cut from the 27-track project, Soulja Boy has been vicisciouly laying into the G.O.O.D. Music founder all over social media.

On Wednesday (September 1), he was back at it on Instagram, accusing Ye of basically stealing from him.

“I got my whole career I’m working on,” he said as he was rolling a blunt. “Bitch ass n-gga. Two No. 1 songs. Fuck Kanye, n-gga! What the fuck you talkin’ bout? You a bitch, on god. I know the real you. When I was 16 years old, when you first signed to JAY-Z, you was walkin’ around with a backpack on, lame as fuck. Before Yeezy, before Nike, before adidas, when you first got signed. I know the real you.”

Soulja Boy continued, “You weird, n-gga. What the fuck you talkin ’bout n-gga? Pussy ass n-gga. How many times I been at the studio with your ass? If we recording in the muthafuckin’ studio and the songs ain’t coming out, obviously you stealin’ my shit. What the fuck you talkin’ bout bitch ass n-gga? I don’t give a fuck about no Kanye.”

But Soulja Boy might be eating his words soon. According to Consequence, Kanye was planning on using the “Crank Dat” rapper’s verse on a deluxe version of Donda.

Shortly after Soulja Boy’s latest rant, Ye’s longtime friend and collaborator reshared a meme with a man whispering in Soulja Boy’s ear and the words, “Kanye was gonna drop the Remote Control remix on the deluxe,” seemingly confirming another iteration of the project was imminent.

Meanwhile, Drake is preparing to unleash his long-awaited Certified Lover Boy album. The Toronto rap star is allegedly beefing with Kanye again (although Rick Ross isn’t the only one to believe it’s simply a well-calculated marketing ploy).

To throw salt in the wound anyway, Drake shared an Instagram post of himself rocking the infamous “Soulja Shades” as he confirmed CLB was ready to go earlier this week.

Features on the project include JAY-Z,  Lil Baby, Future, Young Thug and more. The album is expected to drop on Friday (September 3) at midnight ET.