Why did Kanye West apologize to Soulja Boy? Fans say they'll 'beef again next week’
While social media users were busy gossiping about Kanye’s apology, Soulja Boy claimed that he was the first rapper to get an apology from Ye
After claiming that Soulja Boy’s verse on ‘Donda’s ‘Remote Control’ was not good enough in an interview last week, it looks like Kanye West has had a change of heart as he took to his Instagram to apologize for not communicating that he was dropping his verse off the album. The Grammy-winning rapper shared a screengrab of their brief conversation on Wednesday, October 11, and quickly broke the Internet.
While social media users were busy gossiping about the same, Soulja Boy then took to his Twitter account jokingly claiming that he was the first rapper to get an apology from Kanye West. Trolls followed him soon as they corrected him saying that Kanye was not apologizing to you but only talking about not communicating. The ‘Crank That’ hitmaker had labeled the 44-year-old acclaimed hip-hop artist as “scab head a** boy” after the latter had spoken about him openly during Drink Champs interview.
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Why did Kanye West apologize to Soulja Boy?
Kanye West, who now goes by the name Ye, shared a text image where he sent a message to Soulja Boy saying, “Yo it’s Ye. Love you bro. I should have told you I wasn’t gonna use the verse.” Replying to his text, Soulja Boy asserted, “Love you too bro. That’s all I wanted.” A few hours later Soulja Boy, who is trolled heavily for being a first at many, took to Twitter saying, “I was the first rapper to get an apology from Kanye West.” For the unversed, Ye’s second part of Drink Champs interview will be aired on Friday, November 12.
Soulja Boy went on a wild rant after Ye had taken a dig at Soulja Boy. The Chicago native took shots at Kanye’s new patchy haircut adding that his album ‘Donda’ was trash. “Don’t text me and say that verse wasn’t good. Don’t get on no muthaf**kin’ public platform and say different from what the f**k you told me to my face. Tell me to my face that s**t was trash bi**h-a** f**king scab head a** boy. Who cut your hair?” Continuing his rant, Soulja said, “F**k (n-word), you said the verse was hard. Why the f**k you ain’t text my phone.” He added, “You not finna baby me with some Soulja Boy is the future. You said my verse wasn’t hard (n-word) Everything that come out my mouth is hard, (n-word). What the f**k is you talking about, Kanye West? (n-word), yo album was trash.”
I was the first rapper to get an apology from Kanye West ☝🏾😂— Soulja Boy (Big Draco) (@souljaboy) November 10, 2021
Soulja Boy claps back at Kanye West after saying his DONDA verse was trash 👀 pic.twitter.com/yt1cmwGiCl— Squirt Reynolds (@SquirtReynoIds) November 5, 2021
‘Kanye bipolar they gon' beef again next week’
Social media users had a ball while slamming Soulja Boy again. “I don't see no apology but then again that's how us Geminis apologize” said one user as another posted, “You the first rapper to give kanye a trash verse.” One individual shared, “Kanye will say and do anything at this point.”
The next one added, “He's not apologizing for excluding the verse. He's apologizing for not communicating it with him that he wouldn't be using the verse on the album. It's professional courtesy to inform collaborators if their work will be included BEFORE it is released.” One user tweeted, “Kanye bipolar they gone beef again next week” followed by multiple emojis of a laughing face. Another talking about the same, “Yes it’s called growing up and being a man something you don’t know about.” One person concluded, “Public scrutiny deserves public apology.”
I don't see no apology but then again that's how us Geminis apologize 😂— Seven (@Sevennnnn_77) November 10, 2021
you the first rapper to give kanye a trash verse— LeBron James Burner ➐ (@no_ruckus) November 10, 2021
Kanye will say and do anything at this point— quez (@QuezKardashan) November 10, 2021
He's not apologizing for excluding the verse. He's apologizing for not communicating it with him that he wouldn't be using the verse on the album. It's professional courtesy to inform collaborators if their work will be included BEFORE it is released.— ѧṡһ ṃѧṭṭһєẇṡ - SBS (@_ash_matthews_) November 10, 2021
Kanye bipolar they gone beef again next week 🤣🤣🤣— Darealmook_225 (@sckmook225) November 10, 2021
Yes it’s called growing up and being a man something you don’t know about.— chris (@BLMSpidey) November 10, 2021