Rap crooner Tory Lanez and Soulja Boy don’t have to worry about grabbing boxing gloves or penning their best battle records. Instead, the hip-hop pair have simmered down tensions after appearing to brew a short-lived dispute.
Tory Lanez + Soulja Boy Tensions End
Big Drako went to his Twitter page to let the world know he no longer had any issues with TL. SB credited a quick conversation with the Toronto rap crooner for making things right.
“Just got off the phone wit @torylanez y’all chill we good on gang. Misunderstanding.”
Soulja Boy Explodes On Juelz/Tory
Initially, SB hit up his Twitter page to react to buzz about rapper Juelz Santana and Tory having issues with him. It’s worth noting Juelz and Tory simply left emoji reactions to Soulja Boy’s now-infamous Bathing APE remark on an Instagram post. Instead of ignoring the drama, Soulja completely embraced it.
“N*ggaz will smack the hairline off Tory Lanez dude a whole goofy. Shooting b*tches and sh*t cap A** n*gga … Juelz Santana teeth fell out his mouth n*gga better pipe down … On God I did a song wit that lol n*gga ain’t nobody who tf who he was n*gga better chill f*ck wrong wit dude n*gga must think I’m Travis Scott”
Despite all the craziness, Soulja Boy did receive some support from Memphis rapper NLE Choppa.
“Wanna take the time out my day to say I appreciate @souljaboy giving yo flowers while you here not when you gone. LEGEND 💜 … Dm me on here Ian got yo number”
Soulja Boy Credits Himself For Fashion Influence
Earlier in the week, Soulja took to Twitter to make sure followers know he’s the reason people are wearing BAPE. The Japanese streetwear brand has made waves in all facets of culture, but Soulja Boy wants his credit for bringing it to hip-hop.
“I made these nigg*z wanna wear BAPE”
Dropping Big Facts
The Atlanta native wants all the flowers. The hip-hop star has come forward to make a flurry of claims and statements proving he might be one of the biggest groundbreaking rap artists the music biz has ever seen.
Big Drako went to his Twitter page once again and didn’t hold back. SB suggested in addition to being the first rapper on YouTube 15 years go, he also has enjoyed modern day success without the support of a label.
“I was the 1st rapper on YouTube. Ever. In life. In history. … I was the 1st rapper on twitch. … I made the whole new rap game and music industry what it is today … have over 5 major record deals on the table as we speak because of she make it clap. Im 100% independent and not signed to anyone. … 2006. I started it. Legend.”
Soulja Boy’s first-ever YouTube video dates back to March 15, 2006.