/  09.06.2021


Soulja Boy Is still broken up about his exclusion from Kanye West’s new album, Donda. In his latest venting session, the emcee admitted that he may never get over Ye’s decision…well, unless a few of his demands are met.

“I’m finna be at this shit for life,” Big Draco said during a recent Instagram Live session. “Bitch I’m finna be mad a month later, a year later, for life. I feel like a nigga just played with me. Nigga got to apologize to me, he got personally apologize to me! He got to send me a free pair of Yeezys, he got to hook me up with one of the Kardashians…he got to do a lot of shit for me not be mad.” 

After recording a few bars for “Remote Control,” Soulja had been anticipating the moment when the world would hear his collaboration with the emcee. Upon the release of Donda, however, he noticed that his verse was left off of the album and immediately took to Twitter to express his frustration.

“This nigga Kanye smh. Tell homie dont hit my phone no more,” he tweeted on Aug. 30 before leaking the version of the song with his verse on it.

“If he didn’t like the verse he should of said that don’t text me acting like u fuck wit it then secretly take it off,” he continued. “What kind of shit is that I was working on my album too. I don’t got time for this shit.”

The following day (Aug. 31), Draco took things a step further and challenged Yeezy to a boxing match so he could potentially settle the score. “I wanna fight. Do you know how to fight @kanyewest,” he tweeted. “I feel like you a hoe. Let’s get in the ring.” Soulja Boy later told TMZ that he was just “having some fun” when he issued the challenge. “Unless Kanye wants to get in the boxing ring, know what I’m saying?” he added. “I think we could make $100 to $200 million.”

While Draco listed his demands, Chris Brown — who was also upset after his feature failed to make the final cut for Donda — took to Instagram to leak a snippet of his verse and chorus on “New Again.”

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