Soulja Boy continues to unleash Kanye West on ‘DONDA’: ‘I used to be the primary rapper with Kim Kardashian’

Soulja Boy is apparently still in his feelings about being banned from Kanye West’s “Donda” album.

The barrage of insults began Sunday after the highly anticipated FINALLY album was released and Soulja Boy discovered that his verses weren’t on it.

He wasn’t the only rapper who struggled with the release of “DONDA”, but he was certainly one of the loudest.

Soulja revealed that Kanye contacted him about a verse about ‘Remote Control’ that didn’t appear on the album’s final release. Initially, Soulja tweeted that he didn’t know how to feel if his verse was deleted, but the messages he shared were much more direct, which preoccupied him.

“Don’t call my phone anymore, no weird n * gga, that’s why Kim left your bipolar a **,” tweeted Soulja. “This n * gga Kanye is so p * ssy. Lame a ** n * gga thought he could be the president, sit down somewhere, so don’t fuck you Hov crazy. “

Soulja even released a recording of himself in the studio playing the verse for some of his crew and entered The Shade Room to explain that he was also working on his own album.

“Here’s my ‘Remote Control’ verse,” he captioned the video. “Fuck Kanye. If he didn’t like the verse, he should have said so. Don’t text me like you’re fucking with it, then secretly take it away. What the fuck is that? I also worked on my album, I don’t have time for this shit. “

Then on Tuesday he shared a litany of tweets aimed at Kanye – some of which landed a little below the belt – and even challenged Ye to a fight!

“I was the first rapper with @KimKardashian, not @kanyewest,” tweeted Soulja.

“I will fight. Do you know how to fight @Kanyewest I feel like uh **. Let’s get in the ring? “

I was the first rapper with @KimKardashian not u 😉 @kanyewest 😂 pic.twitter.com/OrP2H2C20d

– Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) August 31, 2021

Hopefully the two can suppress this and work together on a future project. We’ll keep you up to date.

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