Soulja Boy’s fans claim he went hard on his Kanye-cut verse.
On Sunday morning, Kanye West released his long-awaited 10th studio album, DONDA. The release quickly became a trending topic. While the album featured a laundry list of artists including Lil Baby, The Weeknd, Roddy Ricch, The LOX, DaBaby, Young Thug, and more, there were some artists who Ye omitted. And they were not too happy with Yeezy because of it.
Soulja Boy was the first to take to his Twitter to blow some steam after being omitted from Ye’s tenth album.
Draco even dropped receipts via a text message thread between himself and Kanye. The 22-time Grammy winner asked Soulja to send him a verse to “Remote Control,” which apparently Soulja obliged. When the final version got to streaming platforms, Draco was unpleasantly surprised at this omission. On Monday, he took to his social accounts to drop a video of his unreleased “Remote Control” verse.
“F*ck Kanye,” exclaimed Soulja in his tweet.
The final version features Young Thug. Apparently, this is not the first time, Kanye has a Soulja Boy verse from his album. Soulja recalls being cut from the generational impacting, 808s & Heartbreak.
In addition to Draco, Chris Brown echoed his same sentiments. The R&B crooner referred to Kanye West as “a whole hoe.”
In the midst of the social outrage, Draco announced the release of his next album, Swag4.
Upon its release, DONDA is expected to sell over 300K copies in its first week. Ye also landed second place for Apple Music’s biggest first-day streaming numbers. He lags behind his former mentee and current sparring partner, Drake with 95.1 million compared to The Boy’s 132 million streams.