Prior to Young Dolph’s tragic death, Soulja Boy ignited a beef with Dolph, Key Glock and the Paper Route Empire on November 9. Even after learning of the Memphis legend’s passing on November 17, Big Draco still showed no remorse publicly and continued to diss Dolph.

Three 6 Mafia’s Crunchy Black took issue with Soulja Boy’s disrespectful comments regarding Young Dolph and fired back at the “Crank Dat” rapper during a recent appearance on Cam Capone News.

“Soulja Boy saying some shit but Soulja Boy, he crazy,” he said. “He’s the first to do everything. I think he the first to suck a dick before. He the first one to suck dick, before everybody suck dick, Soulja Boy did it. Nationwide, the first dick sucker. Fuck Soulja Boy. Fuck Soulja Boy. He ain’t talking about nothing. Fuck him. Tell him to go make another video game and call it, ‘I’m the first one to suck dick.'”

Earlier in November, Soulja Boy blasted Young Dolph and called him a liar for claiming he made $100,000 per show as an independent artist. Even after his death, Soulja Boy continued to spit on his grave.

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“[Just because] homie dead I’m supposed to be sad and shit, like what the fuck, n-gga,” he said on Instagram Live. “Y’all n-ggas lame. You got me fucked up because if that would have been me, y’all n-ggas would have been laughing and shit and crackin’ jokes and it wouldn’t have been no rest in peace Soulja Boy.”

As a result of his incendiary comments, Soulja Boy was removed from the lineup for the Memphis stop of the Millennium Tour. The U.S. leg of the tour wrapped up in Las Vegas on November 26.

Young Dolph was laid to rest in Memphis on Tuesday (November 30) through a private celebration of life ceremony with his loved ones in attendance.