Rapper Soulja Boy is not happy with Kanye West for dropping him from his controversial Donda album and says the Gold Digger star didn’t even have the courtesy to let him
Soulja Boy has called Kanye West a coward for cutting him from his new album and ‘wasting his time’.
The Crank That rapper recorded a verse on Kanye’s track Remote Control on Donda but the offering was left on the cutting room floor leaving Soulja fuming.
Speaking to TMZ the rapper said he was particularly annoyed Ye didn’t have the courage to call him and explain why he was cut.
In texts between the pair seen on Soulja Boy’s Instagram Kanye asks the rapper if he can come to Atlanta saying he’s “down to work on fashion and music.”
However Soulja Boy is not happy and sensationally accused the father-of-four of lying about his new album’s release.
Soulja Boy is not happy with Kanye
Kanye has finally released Donda
In a shocking Instagram post Kanye accused Universal of putting out Donda before his approval and blocking his track Jail 2 from appearing on the album.
One fan commented: “Damn you just saying this I done played da album 15 times already”
“The album is fire tho,” another penned.
Kanye has performed in a number of listening parties for Donda
After hosting a string of listening parties for Donda – named after his late mother – and appearing to set himself on fire as well as being joined on stage by his estranged wife Kim Kardashian, who was wearing a wedding dress, Ye’s album finally dropped on Sunday.
The 27-track album was released on Apple Music and Spotify, much to the delight of fans, who had been growing impatient.
However the album caused controversy before it was even released.
Kanye pushed the release back multiple times and even moved into a makeshift bedroom in an Atlanta stadium to work on it.
The 44-year-old also made headlines by bringing DaBaby and Marilyn Manson out on stage with him at one of his listening parties.
Some fans said they were disappointed that Kanye chose to include DaBaby on his track Jail following his homophobic outburst a few weeks ago.
The 29-year-old joined Kanye on stage in Chicago to perform a guest verse on the track, which originally featured Kanye’s old friend Jay Z.
Kim getting in on the Donda action
However in more cutting room drama the release of the album later revealed that Jay Z was on the final cut of the song after all, not DaBaby.
The album has been met with mixed reviews particularly over the bizarre first track Donda Chant in which a female voice repeatedly chants the name of Kanye’s late mother.
“Donda Chant is the worst opening to a Kanye West album. Straight up trash,” fumed one fan.
While another asked: “Kanye west..wtf is Donda chant?”
However a third mused: “that donda chant almost made me turn the shit off before it started just so you know.. ima listen tho