/  03.11.2020

Soulja Boy is taking his entrepreneurship the next level. In an interview with Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club,” Soulja revealed that he has his own soap company. The Soap Shop carries a variety of dish detergent, laundry detergent, body wash and cleaning supplies.

“Once you get into the music industry, you branch out, you know what I’m saying?” he explained. “Do different stuff, like, try different things, try different business ventures. I got dish detergent. Everybody needs soap.”

According to The Soap Shop’s website, the products are high on quality but low in cost. The detergent is a specially formulated solution for high efficiency washing machines that don’t use a lot of water. The company also offers two fundraising opportunities, Bubbles For Cash and Books for Tots. Although you can’t purchase any product directly from the website, there is a location in Southaven, Mississippi.

Soulja Boy is stepping away from video game console systems at the moment. In 2019, he took all of his gaming consoles off his website after other gaming companies pursued legal action against him for copyright infringement.

A few months later, the “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” rapper was taken to jail for violating his probation.

Aside from the soap business, Soulja is also working in new music. He is currently on the 2020 Millennium Tour with Omarion, Bow Wow, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky and more. He hopes that his documentary This Can’t Be Real will be released this summer.

“In 2020, I want to give my fans the best work I can give them,” he said. “The best music, the best visuals, the best shows. 2020, is the year I just want to give back to my fans.”

Check out Soulja Boy’s interview with “The Breakfast Club” below. He speaks about his soap business at the 17-minute mark.


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