UPDATE: For the record, Tyga has responded.
If you’re in your 30’s like me, you probably remember the power in this line:
Who’s the best MCs, Biggie, Jay-Z or Nas?
Add in West Coast giants like Snoop or Tupac Shakur (or countless others, debatably), it’s easy to get into a debate about who the true Rap legends are today. For those born in the 90’s (and beyond), let’s keep it a buck: Lil B, Chief Keef and Soulja Boy are the Hip-Hop trinity, whether you hate those artists or not. With that said, Soulja Boy doesn’t feel he’s been getting the respect he deserves, especially in regards to who’s had the greatest comeback last year (sorry, I still think it’s Tyga).
This leads us to this morning’s interview with The Breakfast Club, which saw Big Soulja speaking candidly on Kanye West…
I’m younger than you…I’m flyer than you, n***a. Whatever. You crying on Twitter every week about Drake? You gotta stop that s***, bruh. You look lame, bruh. You look cap, bruh… You up here supporting Trump and s***, bruh. You supporting Trump? What the f*** wrong with you, bruh? That s***’s not right.”
“Drake? Drake? The n***a that got bodied by Pusha-T? The n***a that’s hiding his kid from the world but the world wanna hide from his kid? Y’all n***as better stop playin’ with me… Stop playing me like I ain’t teach Drake everything he knows. He copied my whole f***ing flow! Word for word, bar for bar.”
“I flew them to L.A. I was the first rapper that flew them to L.A. They stayed in my house… I was in the ‘Versace’ video. Drake wasn’t even there. He was on the song. Drake ain’t even show up. I love the Migos. They’d tell you that s***… The Migos, that beat, ‘Versace,’ that was my beat! That was my beat. Go on YouTube and type in ‘Soulja Boy Teach Me How to Swag Pt. 2.’ It got three, four, five million views on that same beat. Zaytoven gave us the same beat. That’s how me and Migos met.”
…Tyga (which is how this kind of started), Lil Yachty and more. This will probably be the best thing you watch all day, so get your popcorn and press play below.
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