Soulja Boy Hits Back At Shia LaBeouf For Roasting Him In A Freestyle, Bans LaBeouf From Atlanta

Evens Stevens spits barsssss, bruh.

You may remember last week when Shia LaBeouf sent a 3-minute freestyle Friday to Charlamagne Tha God and he aired it on his radio show “The Breakfast Club.” LaBeouf, who has absolutely no clout in the rap game, took aim at Soulja Boy, Lil Romeo, Jean Claude Van Dam, Vin Diesel, and Lil Yachty, who he referred to as the “Kwame Brown of rap.” Yikes.

LaBeouf’s rap fell on deaf ears to all those targeted, except for 26-year-old Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy, who LaBeouf claimed is on some “shout out shit.”

“Not a Nautica boy, I own myself/This whole thing’s a bit absurd but on my word/Is Boat about to get this work/You spit that dirt,” Shia spits. “Him and Soulja on that shout out shit/This is not, this a murder, this is tragedy man/He’s like Lil Romeo meets Raggedy Ann.”

Soulja Boy took to Instagram to rant to his 3.5 million followers urging Shia to stick to rapping and to stay out of his hood.

“You a bitch ass n*gga, you can’t never come to Atlanta, you can’t never come to the streets in the hood,” Soulja Boy says. “You can never live my life, you need to stick to acting, real shit n*gga. This rap shit ain’t for you n*gga, for real have some nigga pull up on you, fuck Shia Labeouf… N*gga, fuck you talking about keep my name out your mouth, you don’t want no beef, on my mama, you better stick to acting n*gga cause this shit get real.”

First off, congrats to Shia for getting called the n-word 42 times in 12 seconds. I’m pretty sure that is a term of endearment.

Secondly, this is probably the best thing to happen to both of them. Great self-promotion. LaBeouf makes more headlines in the midst of his newly released war thriller, Man Down and Soulja Boy is relevant again after his 2007 smash hit Crank That, which further exposed white people’s inability to dance.

LaBeouf is a big performance art guy and I would not be surprised if he sporadically rolled up to Soulja Boy’s hood, against his wishes. That would make for some fire content. Stay tuned.

[h/t XXL Mag]

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