Chris Brown & Soulja Boy Take Shots At Kanye West Over “Donda” Snub

Kanye West asked Soulja Boy to come to Atlanta, and the latter says he’s in LA but will make it down to Atlanta for the recording. “Yo it’s Ye. I’m Down let’s wor on fashion and music,” Draco’s text responded. However, both versions of the song are available for streaming. GET IT FOR HIM ASAP! pic.twitter.com/jAoumHDz4F
— Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) August 29, 2021

Idk how to feel, Kanye sent me that song “remote control” and I don’t hear my verse on it… hmm fuck that nigga https://t.co/tGIGuO3Pnr
— Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) August 29, 2021

The “Kiss me Thru the Phone” artist also shared screenshots of previous conversations that Kanye sent him asking him to collab for fashion and music. “DO NOT FOLLOW THIS N**A ON HIS PATH TO DESTRUCTION! Chris Brown is not pleased that he was taken off of Kanye West’s album Donda. This nigga Kanye smh. OUR SONG JUST WENT PLATINUM BUT F** THAT! Wana work with you on the new GAP campaign. SLAVERY WAS A CHOICE? Fans were also upset at another edit that appeared on the album. He shared a comment on the situation in a post and deleted on his Instagram Stories. “KANYE A WHOLE HOE,” he said in one Story. Whattttttt?”
However, the two made up, and Ye even gifted Kanye custom gear and later a luxury car in observance of Brown’s time and impact on the music industry. “This n***** Kanye smh. Apparently, they recorded for the song “Remote Control,” but Soulja Boy was later chopped from the song, which now appears on streaming platforms with Kanye alone. Apparently, Kanye also created a second version of “Jail” that he originally created with Jay-Z, but in the second version, he chopped off Jay-Z and replaced him with DaBaby. According to Kanye, he wouldn’t release his album without DaBaby’s feature just because of the support DaBaby previously gave him. However, the “forever” artist publicly criticized Kanye when he made his controversial comments about slavery and African-Americans in 2018. And my new album,” a text supposedly from Kanye to Draco read. Meanwhile, the latest shots fired by Brown may not be taken lightly by Kanye. Tell homie don’t hit my phone no more,” Soulja Boy said in a tweet. “DAT YEEZY AND BREEZY,” he had posted on his story. WHATEVER HELP U THINK I NEED…. WAKE THE HELL UP KANYE…. The text conversation goes on with Kanye inviting Soulja Boy to come to Los Angeles to make music or tell Ye where he was so he can pull up. He added several more tweets as he vented. “THIS MAN IS A CLOWN! The two artists have worked together previously on “Down” and “Waves,” both hits. How are fam. Chris Brown speaks pic.twitter.com/lYtGn9x0ei
— Saycheese TV ?? Thanks that means ALOT coming from u. Chris Brown and Soulja Boy took turn blasting Kanye West after their verses were left off Donda. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) “Nah he tweakin,” another Story read. “Ye. With the latest claim by Kanye West that his album was released without approval by Universal, it seems that the rapper is probably not done with the album and the features or the versions released might be changed to the collabs he shot. Kanye West’s edits, on the other hand, might not be a mistake after all, as all of his moves are calculated and strategic. IMA FAN OF THIS MANS MUSIC SO WHAT HE SAYS IS LISTENED TO AND INTERNALIZED. CMON BRUH, and if any flunkies gotta problem,, SEE ME… please! I love you bro. PLEASE BLACK PEOPLE,” Breezy said. (@SaycheeseDGTL) August 29, 2021

Brown isn’t the only one that’s slighted by Ye as Soulja Boy also shared his disappointment at not making the final cut for the album. Brown had shared in July that he and Kanye West would be teaming up on the upcoming album. “Idk how to feel, Kanye sent that song “remote control,” and I don’t hear my verse on it… hmmm f*** that n****,” he added in another. However, it seems that Brown is not pleased that he was removed from the track “New Again’. “That n**** Kanye weird af,” he said in one tweet before adding another- “F*** that my Kanye diss song finna drop im tired of sparing this clown a** n****. The artist appears on one of the tracks, but it appears as though he expected to be on another track or tracks. Love u too bro. The texts were dated as far back as May and go on in an ongoing conversation to July 25, supposed around the time that Kanye rented out the Mercedez-Benz stadium to finish up his album after his first listening party on July 22. Ye is known for his loyalty, particularly those who support him, like DaBaby, who he noted in leaked texts was the only one who publicly supported his run for President during the 2020 elections. You’re a genius. PLEASE. Tell homie dont hit my phone no more.