A Soulja Boy track called “Stretch Some” leaked onto the internet almost a month ago, but was never fully released. The official version of the song was released yesterday, and supporters were anticipated to get a feel of Soulja Boy’s upcoming album, Big Draco 2.
The timing of “Stretch Some” was questioned in light of the terrible death of Memphis hip hop legend Young Dolph, who had just gone back-and-forth on social media with Soulja Boy, and Edgewood artist Trouble called the rapper out.
Trouble took the issue to Twitter, where he expressed his displeasure with Soulja Boy’s decision to release “Stretch Some.”
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“I like da lil silly sh*t soulja Be doin time to time, its entertainment, I get it. Dont Be no puss azz n***a an drop no song kalled “stretch sump” da next dayy as if u got active in my dawg losin his life dou!,” he wrote. “Das ho shit luh Bruh @souljaboy an u kno wuzzam wit me.”
Soulja Boy, who invests greater time on social media than just about any other rapper, retaliated immediately, claiming that the track was released before Dolph’s death and challenging Trouble’s resilience.
“That song been out but what u wanna do n***a? U sound tough as hell on the internet f*ck u talking about n***a,” he wrote, before calling Trouble a cop. “Police ass n***a @TroubleDTE.”
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