Soulja Boy proclaims himself as one of the all-time greats and he certainly doesn’t lack confidence. However, the rapper’s latest performance appeared to be met with a crowd that lacked energy and enthusiasm.

People claim that the audience for Soulja Boy’s recent performance at Rolling Loud Los Angeles was pretty dry. Besides that, a specific video of Soulja performing his hit song “Rick & Morty” went viral on social media. However, it’s difficult to hear the audience responding to his lyrics or participating in the performance in the video.

“There is not a single phone in sight for [Soulja Boy],” as one Twitter user wrote. However, some individuals have pointed out in the comments and replies that in certain recordings of concerts, the microphones for the audience seem to be muted while the artist is performing.

Moreover, the clip ends with the rap pioneer encouraging the crowd to “make some motherf***in’ noise, man.” It’s fair to say that despite the high level of anticipation for Soulja Boy’s performance, he’s now better known for his impact on the industry rather than his current musical contributions.

The “Crank Dat” artist, meanwhile, was recently in the news for events that seemed to be unrelated to him or his own career. For instance, he showed his support for Megan Thee Stallion after she won her legal battle with Tory Lanez, who shot Meg back in 2020.

Despite the recent lackluster performance, Soulja Boy continues to be a major player in the music industry, with his impact still being felt years after his breakthrough hit “Crank Dat.” Keep an eye on Thirsty For News to get the latest updates regarding the rapper.

What do you think of Soulja Boy’s latest performance? Do you believe the audience was actually low-energy, or could the microphones have been muted? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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