Is this news? No. But just the stupidity of this guy who once had the nation under his spell with his multi-platinum hit ‘Crank That’ in 1997, has fallen to new lows. Since then he has had a few urban hits but nothing compared to when he burst on the scene and helped usher in a new way to get noticed via myspace and youtube.His recent music has practically gone unnoticed outside of the few hard core fans he still has on the internet. His output has been steady but the songs consistently are their stomach turning worst after he begins rapping in the worst flow of the decade.
Accompanying his fall from grace he has steadily started to tattoo various oddities on his face including the Gucci logo on his forehead. A collaboration with superstar Lil Wayne is on the horizon from his ‘I Am Not A Human Being 2′ album, has Soulja showing he is ready to become apart of the biggest brand in Hip Hop by tattooing ‘Rich Gang” on his face. By the way ‘Rich Gang’ is something that Cash Money records boss Baby promotes as an exclusive club through his various tweets.
Sadly, this young man Soulja Boy(22) obviously has no positive influences around him coupled with a low self worth which makes him think it is extremely cool to continue to destroy his face all in the name of money,hoes, and clothes.
Lil Wayne obviously has no PR firm that is trying to stop the bleeding from his biggest blunder of his storied rap career. After going on the radio to apologize to Miami and Lebron James (sans Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh)for his recent rant at his NBA party in Houston. That all aside, he still has not addressed this issue and the radio hosts who interviewed omitted any questions about his ‘beat the pussy up like Emitt Till’ lyric on Future’s remix of his track called “Karate Chop”. This remains something that needs to be publicly addressed and his needs to sincerely apologize to the family of Emitt Till. The estate of Emmitt Till has penned an open letter to him. Here is an excerpt below via Huff Post.
Yesterday marked a week since the “unofficial” release of “Karate Chop~remix” inclusive of your lyrics. The words we speak are powerful enough for preservation of life but also have the capacity to destroy it. When you spit lyrics like “Beat that p—-y up like Emmett Till”, not only are you destroying the preservation and legacy of Emmett Till’s memory and name, but the impact of his murder in black history along with degradation of women.
I thought senators have more pressing issues to deal with.
Blame MTV early in the morning for making me like this song.
The Lime green boots on Lil Wayne need a video all their own. I guess he was matching it with the watch.
Mr. ’100 Million’ dollars sits down with Forbes to talk money.
These will sell like hotcakes, another close-up pic after the jump.
Due to popular demand, Dunkees and ATF decided to make Drake‘s ATF skateboard available to the public. You can now own your personal skateboard deck pictured above.