Soulja Boy has some beef with Kanye over getting nixed from the Donda album. To fire back at Ye, Big Draco dropped a leaked verse that he recorded for the album. He’s not done throwing shade either. He also isn’t going to turn own an opportunity to work with Ye again.

While speaking to TMZ, Soulja Boy opened up to the idea of working with Yeezy in the future. He’s not tripping over getting cut from the song despite his apparent hurt feelings that he was nixed from Donda.

“I ain’t trippin like that, you know what I’m sayin? It was more explaining it to my fans so they not in the dark about the situation. As far as making music, I’m always open to create. It ain’t nothing like that where I’ll never work with Kanye again.”

“Why didn’t he say that before the album came out? You waited until I expressed myself on social media and made an excuse. You know Kanye West ain’t going to let anybody release his album without his permission. Just say you f*cked up, you left Big Draco off the album, don’t blame it off the label.”

“You could have called me. Been like ‘Draco, this the reason why you’re out. This the reason why you didn’t make the album. Don’t say it’s because of the label. You could have personally called me…just like you called me personally to ask me to be on the album.”

We’ll have to see if Kanye and Soulja Boy link up in the future at all. Soulja Boy seemed to stir the pot a bit when he leaked that verse from Donda and included a caption saying “f*ck Kayne.”

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