Kanye West and Soulja Boy crushed their beef. On Wednesday, November 10, Ye revealed that he texted rapper “Crank Dat” and admitted that he should have been more transparent about their Donda collaboration, which was ultimately left out in the final version of the album.
On Instagram, Kanye shared his Tuesday November 9 text chat with Soulja, in which he wrote, “I love you brother. I should have told you that I wasn’t going to use the verse.
Soulja apparently appreciated that Kanye reached out and replied, “I love you too my brother. That’s all I wanted.
As reported by REVOLT, Kanye hailed Soulja as one of the “five most influential artists” during his now viral episode “Drink Champs” last week. However, the 44-year-old admitted he didn’t like the verse Soulja recorded for his Donda song “Remote Control”, which is why she didn’t make the final cut of the album.
Soulja caught wind of Kanye’s comments on his verse and set out on the road to social media warfare. In one video, he showed text message receipts from the Chicago native claiming his verse was “harsh” despite leaving it out of the album.
“You’re not gonna baby me with a fucking ‘Soulja Boy is the future’,” he said. “Shut up man. You said my verse wasn’t hard nigga? Who the fuck do you think you’re talking about – everything out of my fucking mouth is hard nigga! Fuck what are you talking to About Kanye West? ”
Kanye made some changes to Donda it did not suit his collaborators on the album.
Besides Soulja, who previously asked Ye for an apology for the deleted verse, Chris Brown was also unhappy with the Jesus is king artisan. As reported, Breezy called Kanye a “whole hoe” in a since-deleted Instagram Story post and roasted his haircut shortly after Kanye pulled his hair out. Donda verse. According to The Shade Room, Chris “was a little heated that his verse was taken from one of the songs on the new album.”
For now, at least Kanye has made amends with Soulja. See the rappers’ text chat on Instagram below.