Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy is confident af about his selling power. The hip-hop artist went to social media this past weekend to announce a sold-out national tour.
Footage has surfaced of SB claiming he’s making serious bank off a Draco tour.
A few days ago, Soulja Boy’s team addressed a headline-generating landlord dispute report.
Soulja’s publicist has come forward to call those claims totally false. In an e-mail to XXL, the rapper’s representative says DeAndre is not contractually obligated to the property in question. “The property mentioned in the article was leased by Soulja Boy’s business partner, businessman and up-coming recording artist Possible Philly,” the statement reads. “Soulja Boy has nothing to do with the rental agreement and subsequently his name should not have been included in any accounts related to the property.” (XXL Mag)
Reports surfaced last week about Soulja owing a grip of money on a Hollywood Hills home.
Soulja leased a pad in the Hollywood Hills 3 months ago for $6k a month. His landlord tells us he’s already $6k behind and counting. The landlord says when he demands rent he gets blown off. Since he moved in, the house has been a target for trouble. Cops arrested him there last month after he violated his probation … and earlier this week the place was burglarized. The landlord tells us he’s had it with Soulja, and if he doesn’t pay up by week’s end, the legal guns come out. (TMZ)
Last week, hip-hop manager Wack 100 talked about putting together the upcoming Soulja Boy versus Chris Brown fight.
“We’re going to take the fight to Dubai. Mike Tyson’s definitely involved. I’ve had conversations through other people with Floyd. 50 Cent’s not leading for the fight. Floyd’s not leading for the fight. But if politics are right, we can talk business. At the end of the day, Floyd and 50 ain’t never going to control anything that’s a West Coast situation with no disrespect. Like, it would be hard for me to control something that’s New York-based and 50’s involved. So at the end of the day, the Dubai situation, that’s something I put together. I already have paperwork on one of the fighters already. Both them dudes, it’s Piru business right now. Unfortunately, Wack 100’s in business and in the position to do the same things they can do. Floyd’s a boxer. 50’s a rapper. But pay-per-view, location, the funding, the finance, the marketing, the promotion, all of that is between me managing Game and Ray J. Television is there. Pay-per-view is there. Everything is there. Mike Tyson’s directly involved. Everybody else is just talking and having fun with the situation. Hopefully they can start respecting the situation because we really ain’t playing with this over here. When I say we, I’m speaking for the West Coast as a whole. Not only as my Piru comrades, my Crip comrades and everybody else out here that’s involved – Floyd, no disrespect, is a guy from Michigan that lives in Vegas.” (TMZ Sports)