Soulja Boy coming through with the hot takes! The “Crank Dat” rapper hopped on Instagram Live Monday and had a very interesting argument about the older generation of rappers supposedly not doing their part in shaping the rappers of today.
“Don’t get it f—ed up, you gotta work hard, you know what I’m saying?” Soulja said on Instagram Live on Monday (May 30). “I feel like in a way the motherf—ing game failed us because they’re not kicking back enough knowledge to the young n—–. They not telling the youngin’s how to get no money, they not tellin n—– how to go out and run up some bands. That’s why my youngin’s out here going crazy. Airing s— out, spinning s—. Cause I feel like they failed us in a way.”
He continued, “All the OG’s you supposed to be kicking knowledge, y’all supposed to be kicking game to the young n—– so they really running up a bankroll. And that’s the problem I’m trying to tell you bro like, n—– look back and be like where did this n—– go wrong or what happened? I’m like y’all not kicking back no knowledge to the young n—–.”
Soulja Boy is not one to hold back when it comes to addressing rappers with some years ahead of him in the game. Previously, Soulja got into a heated argument with Kanye back in February where they exchanged some words on Instagram.
“Don’t bring up me or my wife no more,” Ye wrote to Soulja in a text message that the rapper screenshotted and posted to Instagram.
Draco replied per HipHopDX, “Or what n—-? N—- you lame as f—. I speak on what I want to. Go get your bitch back.”
Ye decided to do a 180 and change the subject,“I need to send you this stem player. You was the first to break YouTube. Need that Donda 2 verse.”
“Don’t think I’m against him,” Soulja later wrote on Instagram the outlet reported. “He spoke, we got figure it out. We both two smart individuals chasing out dreams. We both act lil crazy sometimes but we know what we doing. It’s all love never get it confused.”
That was not the first time that the two exchanged words either. Back in August of last year, the rapper was upset with Ye replaced his verse on “Remote Control” with Young Thug and said he wasted his time.
“If he didn’t like the verse he should of said that don’t text me acting like u f— wit it then secretly take it off. What kind of s— is that I was working on my album too I don’t got time for this s—,” the “Crank That” rapper tweeted.
Check out the video of Soulja’s Instagram Live here.
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