Soulja Boy recently released his new video for the song “Lamb Flow” shortly after getting dissed by fans who said they would choose $250 worth of food stamps over a meet-and-greet with him. He is also seen riding around in one of the cars
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Updated By: Kendall Parks (3/29/23 at 6:21 pm)
Shortly after getting dissed by New Jersey fans, Soulja Boy released a video for his track called “Lamb Flow.”
The video shows blue and green Lamborghini cars while Soulja Boy is spotted around a bunch of women. The “Rick and Morty” rapper is also seen driving in one of the luxury cars with a woman in the passenger seat next to him.
Despite the food stamp remarks, the “Crank That” rapper has proven to be one of the most influential artists since he came on the scene in 2007 with the help of YouTube. In other Soulja Boy news, he also recently introduced a new tobacco line called Cignature alongside rap stars T.I., Lil Durk, and Moneybagg Yo.
Soulja Boy Responds To Fans Choosing Food Stamps Over Meet & Greet With Him
Soulja Boy recently posted a clip of him sounding off after fans claim they rather have food stamps over dinner with him. The video, which he posted on social media, quickly went viral.
In a recent video posted on social media, YouTuber 856 Entertainment asked fans which they would choose. Soulja Boy expressed his disappointment when he found out New Jersey fans chose $250 in food stamps over a meet-and-greet with him.
The rapper responded by making several derogatory comments about New Jersey.
In the video, the “Crank That” artist had harsh words for the women, also saying, “F*!k New Jersey.”
Bow Wow Meet & Greet
Fans were asked a similar question involving another rapper.
In 2022, Shad Moss, better known as Bow Wow, announced his meet-and-greet prices and additional details for the upcoming Millennium Tour. The announcement faced quite a bit of mixed reactions, some pointing out Moss was just jumping on Chris Brown’s bandwagon.
Originally Written By: Kendall Parks (3/27/23 at 3:07 pm)