On Wednesday (Nov. 10), Dolph revealed how much money he made for each of his live performances. “How da fuck I’m a independent artist and gettin 100rax plus for a show?” the “Preach” emcee wrote on his Instagram Stories. “How da fuck @keyglock got more cars & ice than you & your ceo?”
Big Draco saw Dolph’s post on a blog and decided to express his opinion in the comments. “That’s big cap,” he wrote. “They signed to @empire I’m really 100% Independent no cap.”
The “Crank Dat” emcee then blasted Dolph and his team for sending him a direct message.
“Man, Young Dolph, if you don’t get your bitch ass artist out my muthafuckin’ DM, nigga,” Soulja said in a video posted to his Instagram Stories. “Fuck you talkin’ bout, nigga? Nigga thought he was bulletproof ‘til he got shot like Dolph, nigga. Fuck you talkin’ ‘bout, nigga? Ain’t you the nigga getting shot at 100 times? Ain’t you the nigga getting popped and shot at all the time? Y’all bitch ass niggas better get out of my DM. Fuck Paper Route. Fuck Key Glock. Fuck Young Dolph. Fuck all y’all niggas.”
Soulja posted a screenshot of a direct message exchange between himself and Key Glock. He asked the Memphis MC, “What u wanna do?” and Key responded, “Nothing!! I’m scared.”
This is the latest beef that Big Draco has been involved in. For the past few weeks, he has been going in on Kanye West for removing his verse from his Donda album. “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,” the “She Make It Clap” rapper previously said. “What kind of shit is that? I was working on my album too. I don’t got time for this shit.”
However, Ye and Soulja appeared to have patched things up earlier this week. Check out his post below.
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