Soulja Boy Just Accused Drake Of “Copying His Flow” In A Bizarre New Interview
17 January 2019, 10:44
In an explosive new interview on The Breakfast Club, the 'Crank That' rapper baffled listeners as he took aim at Drake and accused him of copying his style.
Soulja Boy just dragged Drake for "copying his flow" and claims he taught the Canadian rapper "everything he knows."
The 28-year-old rapper, who rose to fame back in 2007 with his smash hit debut 'Crank That', took aim at Drake in a new interview with The Breakfast Club.
After show host Charlamagne Tha God referred to the 'In My Feelings' chart-topper as the "biggest rapper in the world," Soulja stood up from his chair in disagreement.
"Drake? The n***a that got bodied by Pusha T?" he questioned."The n***a that's hiding his kid from the world but his world ain't hiding from the kid?"
"You n***as better stop playing with me. Stop telling me like I ain't teach Drake everything he know," he said after referring to Drake as “Aubrey Graham in the wheelchair,” referring to his former character in teen show Degrassi.
The way Soulja Boy said “DRAAAAAAAAAKE??!?? DRAKE???” gonna be a forever meme 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/a5bwCalDzu— Tyler Conway (@jtylerconway) January 16, 2019
Soulja then claimed Drake stole the bars from his 2008 hit 'Kiss Me Thru The Phone' for his 2010 track 'Miss Me.'
“You didn’t hear Drake on his first song, ‘Tell me what’s really going on. Drizzy Drake back in this thing. I’m ready. What’s happening?’” he said.
“That’s Soulja! That’s my bar! He copied my whole f***ing flow! Word for word! Bar for bar! Don’t act like I didn’t make Drake."
Elsewhere during the interview, which has since gone viral, Soulja claimed to have influenced “the new generation” of rappers and took credit for their use of social media.
"Everybody doing what I did. They laughed at me, they said I killed hip-hop, now they’re doing exactly what I did," he said.
"I’m the reason y’all are doing this, I’m the reason all these artists have social media. Y’all should thank me. Every artist in the game, all y’all record labels, y’all owe me 5 percent bro.”
Drake is yet to respond to Soulja's comments.