So much for that emotional apology. 24 hours ago, Soulja Boy claimed that he was going to be the one to end the stupid drama he started earlier this week after he liked a photo posted by Chris Brown’s ex Karrueche Tran on Instagram. Soulja Boy said he wanted to stop acting like a dumbass because his mama, who is in the hospital, wasn’t proud of his recent behavior. Soulja Boy’s mama might want to take an extended lap in the therapy pool this afternoon, because her son is acting like an idiot again. Soulja Boy still wants to fight Chris Brown.
Soulja Boy decided to take this situation from bad to STOP by getting violent douche Floyd Mayweather Jr. involved. Soulja Boy really wants to get in a boxing ring with Chris Brown, and Floyd is making that dream happen for him.
This feels like Soulja Boy and Floyd Mayweather are trolling Chris Brown, but it sounds like this fight might actually happen. At least Soulja Boy seems to think so.
Counting a million dollars cash right now then heading to my first day of training. 😈👊🏾
— Soulja Boy (@souljaboy) January 5, 2017
50 Cent has also worked his way into this mess. 50 Cent bragged about who he’s betting on. Someone might want to tell 50 Cent that most bookies don’t accept pretend money.
Soulja Boy is going in the right direction to get Chris Brown angry enough to fight him. TMZ says that Soulja Boy reposted (then later deleted) a picture of Chris Brown’s daughter Royalty Brown that had been tagged with Floyd’s name and “the money team.” Chris Brown released a response to this fuckery earlier today, and of course he’s pissed off that Soulja Boy would drag his daughter into it. He also said he’s on board with this fight.
Oh boy, I can hear the announcer now. “In this corner, weighing in at…aw forget it. Here’s two skinny fools slapping at each other. Now let’s get ready to ruuuuuuuun to our cars, because we all need to get away from this mess as fast as possible.”
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