Trouble & Soulja Boy take their heated Twitter dispute way too far !!
Things escalated quickly after Trouble called out Soulja Boy for dropping new song following the death of 36-year-old rapper, Young Dolph yesterday.
If you didn’t know, Big Draco (AKA. Soulja Boy) and Young Dolph had been beefing for the last couple of weeks before Dolph’s death on Nov. 17. Just last week, Soulja Boy was talking about the two times Young Dolph survived a horrible shooting accidents in 2017. “Aren’t you the ni**a get shot at 100 times ni**a” says DeAndre Cortez in the interview, adding: “Go handle the ni**as who shot at you first ni**a before you come at me.”
See the video below:
Young Dolph has passed away five days after Soulja Boy said this on the Breakfast Club. Not saying this has anything to do with what happen but just crazy how energy works. pic.twitter.com/SYDUYtf9Wr
— The Hood Therapist (@OhhMar24) November 17, 2021
On Nov 17, the same day as Memphis rapper’s death, Soulja Boy released a previously leaked song- “Stretch Some”. Atlanta rapper, Trouble wasn’t impressed by Soulja’s decision to release the song following the tragic death of the young rapper. Trouble took to twitter to call out Big Draco:
“I like da lil silly shit soulja Be doin time to time, its entertainment, I get it. Dont Be no puss azz ni**a an drop no song kalled “stretch sump” da next dayy as if u got active in my dawg losin his life dou!
Das ho shit luh Bruh @souljaboy an u kno wuzzam wit me”
Soulja Boy, who spends most of his time beefing on social media, was quick to respond by saying: “That song been out but what u wanna do ni**a? U sound tough as hell on the internet f*ck u talking about ni**a.” In the second tweet, “Crank That” rapper directly mentioned trouble calling him a “Police ass ni**a”
The tweets were deleted shortly after publishing but the next tweet was the one that got the most attention. Big Draco wrote to the Atlanta Rapper: “B*tch a** boy u could be next @TroubleDTE.”
We have the screenshot of the now deleted tweet:
Trouble has yet to respond to any of Soulja’s tweets.