Soulja Boy Scolds Lil Durk & Migos For Forgetting Him Once They Became Famous


Soulja Boy feels left behind. The “Crank That” rapper recently aired his grievances on Instagram and scolded numerous big-time rappers who he believed forgot about him after they made it big. The laundry list of rappers included Lil Durk and Migos.

“I’m always working with an artist before they pop off,” Soulja Boy said in an Instagram Live session on Wednesday (March 30). “Look at me and Migos, look at me and Rich The Kid, look at me and Mozzy, look at me and Lil B, look at me and Riff Raff.”

He added, “I’m always doing a song with a n-gga before they get signed. Look at me and Lil Durk. I was on Lil Durk’s first mixtape. Look at me and Chief Keef. I do songs with all these n-ggas before they get famous.

“Then once these n-ggas get famous, I can’t even get a song from these n-ggas no more, that’s crazy. But when ya’ll n-ggas was in the hood and ain’t nobody know who the fuck ya’ll was, I was doing songs with you n-ggas. Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Migos, Famous Dex, Rich The Kid.”

Soulja went on to say Chief Keef and Rich The Kid remain the only rappers off that list that have since collaborated with him, and noted the latter did a verse on his “Rick & Morty” remix.

“Every other n-gga… when y’all n-ggas was unsigned I did a song with y’all,” Soulja said. “Soon as y’all got on, y’all n-ggas ain’t shout me out, y’all n-ggas ain’t say ‘shout out to my n-gga Soulja for doing a verse for me’ know what I’m sayin’? N-ggas ain’t real, no cap.”

Regardless of how he feels about his rap peers, Soulja Boy has been doing just fine on his own lately. He got his own reality TV show on Revolt TV in January titled The Life of Draco, and during a visit to the bank earlier in March asked for more money than they could even give him.

“I go in the bank, ask for $100,000, and they gave me $30,000, talking about that’s all they got,” Soulja Boy said while sitting in his car showing off the money on Instagram. “I ask for $100,000, how y’all only got $30,000 in the bank? Where my money at? Make it make sense!”