Soulja Boy calls out Drake for thanking Bow Wow
“Dude stole my whole bar then thanked Bow Wow,” he tweeted.
Soulja Boy is calling out Drake for stealing his bars after the Scary Hours 2 emcee thanked Bow Wow for paving the way for him in hip hop. On Wednesday (March 17), Big Draco took to Twitter to send a tweet about the situation. “That nigga Drake is hilarious,” he wrote. “Dude stole my whole bar then thanked Bow Wow.”
Back in 2019, the “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” rapper made headlines for his infamous interview on “The Breakfast Club.” He said that he taught Drake everything he knows and the Toronto native stole his bars for his 2010 Lil Wayne-assisted single “Miss Me.”
“Draaaaaake? Y’all niggas better stop playing with me man,” he said during the interview. “Y’all talking about the lightskin nigga from Degeneres? Stop playing with me. Stop playing me like I ain’t teach Drake everything he know. Y’all ain’t hear Drake on his first song?”
“‘Tell me what’s really going on, Drizzy Drake back in this thing already, what’s hap—,’” he rapped. “That’s Soulja! That’s my bar. He copied my whole fucking flow. He copied my whole fucking flow. Word for word. Bar for bar. Don’t act like I didn’t make Drake, nigga.”
Earlier this week, REVOLT reported that Drake linked with Bow while celebrating his historic Billboard milestone. He became the first artist to debut tracks at the No. 1, 2 and 3 spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In a series of Instagram Stories, the 6 God thanked the “Outta My System” rapper for inspiring his career.
“I had to link with Wizzle. Everybody wants to have drinks and everybody wants to celebrate and turn up and, you know, I just had to see Wizzle. I had to see Wizzle in person,” Drake said of Bow. “If it wasn’t for you, there wouldn’t be no me. That’s why — you know the rest — that’s why I’mma rock with y’all forevermore.”
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