On Friday (July 22), White, a former gang member-turned-internet personality, hopped on a livestream to share his version of what went down when he and the Atlanta rapper came face to face in Miami this week.
“They don’t know if they’d been tased. They don’t know what had happened to they muthafuckin’ ass,” White said on Instagram Live, laughing about the situation. “I hit they muthafuckin’ ass one more time just for goodness sake.”
He continued: “That n-gga Soulja Boy said, ‘Bruh, you maced me?’ Yeah, n-gga … That n-gga said, ‘I just wanna talk.’ … Next time you n-ggas better holla with a bullhorn. You better use the police bullhorn and say, ‘Hey, we wanna talk.’
“You can’t just walk up to a n-gga like me hollerin’ about you wanna talk. I don’t wanna talk to nan son of a bitch. Hell nah. I don’t want to talk to a hoe. I don’t want to talk to a bunch of n-ggas. N-ggas got rings on they fingers. What if a n-gga hit me across my head with one of them rings, put that eye out? It’ll go viral.”
Soulja Boy has since issued a response to White’s claims, calling the controversial YouTuber out for how he handled the situation.
“I don’t want no smoke with none of you n-ggas,” Big Draco said. “If I knew that you n-ggas was gon’ get on the internet, talk all this gangsta shit, all this crazy shit, and reach in your girl purse and start spraying pepper spray in the air, runnin’ n-gga like it’s a trail n-gga… What the fuck? You n-ggas so scared of me. Y’all n-ggas gotta pull out pepper spray? Out your bitch purse? Runnin’ with pepper spray?”
Soulja Boy added: “I thought you n-ggas was gangstas. N-ggas pullin’ out pepper spray and doin’ the dashboard,” before telling White to stop talking about him.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) July 23, 2022
The beef between the pair seemingly started on Wednesday (July 20) when White brought the “She Make It Clap” rapper’s street credibility into question during an interview with Say Cheese TV.
“Fuck Soulja Boy,” White told the show’s host. “Nothing about you is street. Let’s go back over your career, n-gga. You got rap rivalries. You ain’t got no opposition, n-gga.”
Doubling down on his stance, he added later in the chat: “You ain’t none of what you professing to be, Soulja Boy. Grown-ass man, Soulja Boy. You ain’t none of that, homie.”
Meanwhile, in other Soulja Boy news, LimeWire, the file-sharing service that fueled music piracy in the 2000s and was subsequently shut down, has enlisted the rapper to help announce its return — only this time, it’s perfectly legal.