Kanye West amazed fans on Sunday morning (August 29) when he released his much-teased and long-awaited 10th studio album ‘DONDA.’
As reviews continue to pour in, many critics have been particularly impressed with the ensemble’s diverse guest list, as it includes guest appearances like JAY-Z, The Weeknd, and Travis Scott.
However, there is one reviewer who wasn’t too happy with the feature tally as it was noticeably absent: Soulja Boy.
Climb inside to see his fiery words…
The outspoken MC revealed he received the song ‘Remote control’ to record a verse. Still, he noted her absence and was unimpressed.
He took to Twitter and said:
“I don’t know how I feel, Kanye sent me this ‘remote control’ song and I can’t hear my verse on it…hmm f*ck this n*gga”
He then shared what appeared to be a text exchange with West, which he captioned:
“That n*gga Kanye smh. Tell my friend not to touch my phone anymore.
Ouch! At the time indicated, West did not respond to the hype.
Although, within the hour, West took to social media to claim that his label released “Donda” without his approval. Many words – including Soulja Boy – met cynicism.
This isn’t the first time sparks have flown between the two. the ‘Crank That’ the rapper notably criticized West’s presidential campaign and claims he “taught Kanye everything he knows.”