Soulja Boy has once again claimed to be the first rapper to accomplish a monumental feat, this time claiming to be the first Hip Hop artist to “take over” America.
Big Draco made the claim while showcasing a new Renaissance-era painting he had done of himself on Instagram Live. In the painting, Soulja can be seen donning an all-white get-up alongside a few patriots, all while the “Crank Dat” rapper continues to flex his dominance in the rap game.
“Soulja gang n-gga, y’all n-ggas bitches. First rapper to come to America take this shit over n-gga, stop playing with me n-gga,” Soulja Boy said in the video. “Bentleys on deck, Lambo trucks on deck. Y’all n-ggas pussy n-gga stop playing.”
He then went on to flex his outfit, as well as his collection of rare Pokémon cards.
“Wake y’all bitch ass up, y’all see what’s going on. Dior backpack, Dior backpack that a whole lot of drip a whole lot of drop stop playing n-gga,” Draco continued. “Y’all n-ggas bitches, all the opps dead this shit boring now n-gga stop playing n-gga.
“You n-ggas do not got Pokémon cards n-gga I got the most rarest Pokémon cards you ever seen n-gga wake your broke ass up n-gga early bird get the Rari n-gga.”
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Soulja Boy has remained relentless in proclaiming to be the first rapper to do just about anything. Most recently, he announced that he was the first rapper to secure a million-dollar bill, though NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal contested this and said he actually had a custom bill made during his rookie season in 1992.
“Firsr rapper with the $1 million dollar bill,” Soulja Boy said. “They not having a million dollars, man. They not having it.”
“You not the first i was back in 92,” Shaq commented on Akademiks post after he reshared Soulja’s claim.
Last October, Soulja Boy also flexed on the Gram after he held his newborn baby inside his own shirt claiming to be the first rapper to hold a baby like that.
“I was the first rapper to put they baby in a shirt. Y’all ain’t never put y’all baby in a shirt before. Ain’t that right son, yewww,” he said.
Also last January, Soulja went back and forth with 50 Cent over who was the first rapper to do the viral social media money challenge. Then, in August, he taunted Kanye West over his claims that he was the first rapper to be intimate with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian West.
However, NLE Choppa proved that Big Soulja isn’t the first to do everything. The Memphis rapper announced he was the first rapper to walk out an NBA team to his own music last year. The “Too Hot” lyricist soundtracked the Memphis Grizzlies’ starting lineup intro at a game last fall.