Drake made the decision of pulling his song from French Montana’s upcoming album. Several rappers have pulled out on releases after tragedies. Soulja Boy however released the official version Stretch Some moments after the news about Young Dolph’s death broke.

The single Stretch Some was leaked on the internet over a month ago. Its official release just moments after Young Dolph’s death seemed a bit insensitive as Soulja Boy and Young Dolph had a bit of a “beef“.

A few days ago the two got caught up in a back and forth on social media when Soulja called out Young Dolph for allegedly lying about his independent status and making 100k per show.

Edgewood rapper Trouble was quick to point out Soulja Boy‘s questionable release within the context of the tragic killing. Taking the issue to Twitter, Trouble tweeted:

“I like da lil silly sh*t soulja Be doin time to time, its entertainment, I get it. Dont Be no puss azz n**** an drop no song kalled “stretch sump” da next dayy as if u got active in my dawg losin his life dou!,” he wrote. “Das ho shit luh Bruh @souljaboy an u kno wuzzam wit me.” 

Soulja Boy, who arguably spends more time in Twitter beefs than any other rapper, shot back, explaining that the song was out before Dolph’s death. He also called Trouble a “cop”.

“That song been out but what u wanna do n****? U sound tough as hell on the internet f*ck u talking about n****,” he wrote, before calling Trouble a cop. “Police ass n**** @TroubleDTE.”

An hour ago Soulja Boy tweeted that his big come back album Big Draco will release on Friday November 18. The rapper wrote: “My album drop tomorrow. BIG DRACO 2. FRIDAY. F**K ALL THAT SHIT N**** LETS GET IT“.

What do you think of Trouble and Soulja Boy beef ? Let us know down in the comments. 

Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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