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Soulja Boy Is Mad at Kanye West's the rapper shared his cut verse from ‘Donda’ album


Soulja Boy shares his removed verse from Kanye West’s Donda song “Remote Control”

Big Draco calls out Kanye West for Not Including His Verse on Donda Album, Tells Kim Kardashian to Call Him and More



Soulja Boy has share his cut verse from Kanye West’s 10th LP after sharing his grievances with Twitter yesterday.


On Sunday (Aug. 30), Soulja Boy hopped on Twitter and called out Kanye for leaving his verse off the Donda album. The First rapper ever did it claimed in a tweet that he was supposed to be on the Young Thug-assisted track “Remote Control” but mysteriously he’s not on it.


Atlanta rapper took things even further after sharing the alleged “Remote Control” leak, calling Yeezy a “bitch ass n***a” in one tweet and also seemingly alleging that Kanye did something similar with “Robocop,” his 2008 track off 808s and Heartbreak.


Calling Kanye “weird,” encouraging the producer to stop hitting his phone, shoots his shot at Kanye’s estranged wife Kim to call him.

“He did this same shit on Robocop when Amber Rose was in the studio years ago,” Soulja wrote. “I hate working with this dude. He needs help seriously.”

Big Draco shows proof, tweeting out text messages between him and ‘Ye in July around his birthday. In one tweet, Soulja sends his verse to the Chicago rapper-producer for inclusion on the project. "This nigga Kanye smh. Tell homie dont hit my phone no more," he wrote.

Then Soulja retweets ‘Ye's message about Universal releasing his album without his permission and adds several laughing emojis and a blue cap to signify that 'Ye is capping on social media.


The twitter rant started when a fan asked the “Make It Clap” rapper what he thought about Donda, to which he tweeted, “IDK how to feel, Kanye sent me that song ‘remote control’ and I don’t hear my verse on it…hmm fuck that n-gga.”


As for Donda itself, the record is projected to land 300,000 units in its first week, according to HITS Daily Double, potentially making it Kanye’s best performing first-week album since 2013’s Yeezus.

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