Soulja Boy Stays The Troll Of 2019 & Tyga Reacts W/ Numbers

Soulja Boy Stays The Troll Of 2019 & Tyga Reacts W/ Numbers

HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 17: Rapper Soulja Boy attends the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards at Hollywood Palladium on February 17, 2013 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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Soulja Boy has already become the troll of 2019, and although he seems to know it, the “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” rapper refuses to let other hip-hop artists strip him of his ego. He strongly believes the throne belongs to him for biggest comeback of 2018 — as he mentioned late in December, and went on Instagram Live last week to express his opinion on the matter in a lengthy rant that quickly went viral. While on live, Soulja wholeheartedly became upset when his viewers started saying that Tyga was, in fact, the crowned king of “biggest comeback of 2018.” Snoop Dogg, Lil Yachty, Meek Mill, Trippie Redd, and Tory Lanez all had a few words for the Mississippi rapper. The conversation of biggest comeback is definitely not up for debate. Tyga, who had been in a musical rut for a few years, had some of the hottest tracks of the year. “Taste” went 3x platinum, and “Dip” was certified gold. Tyga further confirmed that he in fact, had an incredibly more impressive amount of streams than Soulja Boy did. Check out the competition in Tyga’s post below.

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Who had the biggest comeback?! 😭😭😭😭

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Soulja Boy is taking the meaning of “no publicity is bad publicity” to his advantage, and decided to take the rants to a bigger audience. He appeared on The Breakfast Club earlier this morning to talk about the recent mess that Soulja has gotten himself into. He proceeded to bash Tyga, Drake, and Kanye, basically stating that the labels stole his strategy of rising to fame, and that none of them would be where they were today without the help of yours truly, Soulja Boy.

Mention of how Drake actually ripped bars straight from Soulja circulated into the conversation, and fans sat back for a moment and let Soulja finish. One thing most of us do know are the lyrics to Drake’s “Miss Me,” but what was unknown before this passionate interview is that the famous lyrics “Tell me what’s really goin’ on, Drizzy back up in this thing, I’m ready, what’s hannenin’?” are word for word off of the Young Drako track “What’s Hannenin.” For those having a hard time processing this news, watch the clip below of both songs being played back to back.


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Case closed. Drake been stealing my drip for years‼️🤷🏾‍♂️

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If the recent events haven’t been entertaining enough, you can almost be sure that more Soulja Boy news will surface in the next few weeks. Fans can maybe even expect a new project. The exposure is taking him to all new heights, aint no telling what he’ll rant about next!

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