"I was the first rapper wit Kim Kardashian": Soulja Boy slams Kanye West over new DONDA album

Los Angeles, California - Soulja Boy has publicly slammed Kanye West after his verse was apparently cut from the DONDA track Remote Control.

Soulja Boy (l) publicly slammed Kanye West (r) over the weekend for removing his verse from a track on the album DONDA.
Soulja Boy (l) publicly slammed Kanye West (r) over the weekend for removing his verse from a track on the album DONDA.  © collage: screenshot/instagram/souljaboy & IMAGO / MediaPunch 

Drake isn't the only artist beefing with Ye right now.

On Sunday, Soulja Boy took to social media to air out his grievances with Kanye for removing him from DONDA.

Soulja aka Draco shared screenshots of texts between him and the 44-year-old from May and July.

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The two discussed working together and the Crank That rapper even sent Ye a few audio files, which appeared to be recordings for the song.

"This n***a Kanye smh. Tell homie don't hit my phone no more," the Pretty Boy Swag artist tweeted.

Soulja's feature on the track seems to have been swapped out for a verse from Young Thug.

On Monday, the 31-year-old also spoke to TMZ, where he continued to diss the Graduation artist.

According to the outlet, Soulja claimed that Kanye wasted his time reaching out to him, and also alleged the eccentric rapper was "spinning lies" about Universal releasing DONDA without his consent.

He furthered revealed that he was especially upset Kanye didn't bother to reach out to him personally to let him know his verse was scrapped.

Soulja took things even further on Tuesday when he again slammed Ye but this time, he dragged Kim Kardashian into the mess.

The rapper tweeted a throwback pic of himself with Kanye's now estranged wife with the caption, "I was the first rapper wit @KimKardashian not u @kanyewest."

The drama!

Though Yeezy's most recent album was highly-anticipated and has received rave reviews — it seems the aftermath is causing a bit of a storm.

Following his most recent controversial listening party and promotional stunts over the last few weeks, the rapper's 10th LP allegedly dropped on Sunday without his permission.

Ye also revealed that the album's delay and set backs were partly due to DaBaby's manager not properly clearing the cameo – although fans weren't exactly thrilled with the BOP artist's appearance on the album or at the Chicago listening event due to recent his homophobic rant.

DONDA is now – finally – available on all streaming platforms.

Cover photo: collage: screenshot/instagram/souljaboy & IMAGO / MediaPunch 

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