Soulja Boy sparks feud with WWE stars after calling wrestling “fake”
Pro wrestlers T-Bar and Randy Orton got into a Twitter beef with the Atlanta rapper.
Soulja Boy ignited a Twitter feud with several WWE stars after he called the pro wrestling sport “fake.”
On Sunday (Feb. 28), the “Kiss Me Through The Phone” emcee took to Twitter to express his opinion on the current state of hip hop. “Rap game faker than WWE,” he tweeted. The tweet received some criticism from pro wrestlers T-Bar and Randy Orton.
On Tuesday (March 2), T-Bar, also known as Dominik Dijakovic, responded to Big Draco’s tweet. “Does the rap game take years off your life and leave you with countless injuries and debilitating pain?” he wrote. “Oh, well maybe just stick to super soaking hoes or whatever it is you did 15 years ago.”
“Fake? Dare this prick to step up,” Orton tweeted Tuesday. “He don’t like movies? Consider us actors that do stunts, without pads 200 days a year and don’t bitch when we get surgically repaired and come right back. Consider us 100 times tougher [than] anyone you’ve come across. Ain’t nuthin but a bitch ass…”
Soulja Boy then responded back to the wrestler, writing, “Get yo wrestling ass on,” alongside several laughing emojis.
The two men went back and forth on Twitter before Orton challenged the Atlanta emcee to a wrestling match. Shortly after, Bow Wow joined in the conversation and said the wrestlers were scared of him and his “Marco Polo” collaborator.
“Yo @souljaboy these wrestlers are terrified,” he tweeted. “I been giving them the business since I announced I was training. They so scared we gone take all they shine,” the “Let Me Hold You” rapper tweeted.
Last month, REVOLT reported that Bow announced plans to join the WWE. “Now I know this might sound crazy… BUT… after I drop my last album, I will focus on TV and film. And joining the [WWE],” he tweeted on Feb. 8. “… It’s been a life-long childhood dream to wrestle in the WWE!!!!”
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