Saturday, December 17, 2016

Soulja Boy's Twitter Fingers Sent Him To The County Lockup!

Ignorant rapper uses Twitter fingers to mock rivals. His stunt with a glock got him a court date in a California courtroom.

Crank that...Stupid Boi...Aaah!

DeAndre Cortez Way, professionally known as "One HIT Wonder Boy" is facing a court date.

He posted on social media his firepower. In California, you have to register where you stay and your P.O. does check the social media for potential violations of the terms. The moron didn't understand that in California, you caught with a burner under disability: "You're going to....well he already knows what I'm talking about!"

This stunt landed him in court because he's on in-house and was not allowed to carry a burner on him.

The burner under disability charge could put him in the iron college for up to 10 years.

Thank his blessings he didn't commit a violent crime. Cause under the law, you automatically head to the iron college for 25 years.

He is innocent until proven guilty.

Okay, Soulja Boy the CEO of Stacks on Deck Music has a major feud with waste of music group Migos and the frontman Quavo. The two have traded shots at each other on social media.

Soulja Boy also aimed his agitation at  "Broccoli hookman" Lil' Yachty and former mentor  Curtis "50 Reasons Not To Watch Power" Jackson over some dick swinging.

The Atl is buzzing about this.

Soulja Boy mocked the Quavo getting jacked for his loot.

"When ya got ya chain snatched in D.C., who the fuck's the one you called, nigga? You called big Soulja, nigga. 'I got my chain snatched, bro. Don't be mad at me, bro.' I ain't mad ain't mad at you. I'm just 'gon help you get yo shit back. You got my address, nigga. Pull up, fuck nigga. Fuck Quavo, I ain't squashing shit! And any nigga that got something to say about it, holler at me, nigga!"

Now he pointed that burner and sent it to his fans and possibly his P.O.

Now he's bonded out and rethinking about doing social media taunts for the time being. If the judge banned him from communication devices, he wouldn't be able to get on social media to release his music without being in violation of his court terms.

Old Fiddy joked about it. He says that Quavo snitched on him.

"Shit be crazy out here. First Soulja was like, 'Quavo want some beef with me.' Couple days later he was like 'Quavo call police on me. You know what kind of gun they found? I hope they ain't find that draco. Find something else don't find that draco. I know that nigga stressed. Niggas calling 1-800-TIPS-ON-A-NIGGA? What the fuck did you do?"

Soulja Boy released a single called Beef. It goes after Migos, Lil' Yachty and Nia Riley.

On social media, Lil' Yachty mocked the rapper for being the fake Al Capone of social media.

By the way, anyone who makes music claiming their from the streets isn't a "Gangsta".

If you're a gangsta, why don't you commit a real crime other than driving reckless in $100K Bugatti.

If you're bold enough to carry out a threat towards an individual, you're bold enough to face a courtroom of your fellow Americans.

If you're not willing to sacrifice a portion of your earnings to the communities where you claim are the "hood", you're not a gangsta.

By the way, 50 Cent, Game, Young Thug, Soulja Boy, Meek Mill, Chris Brown, Tyga, 21 Savage, Future, Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, T.I., Waka Flocka, Snoop Dogg, Lil' Wayne, Birdman, Pusha T, Desiigner, Lil' Yachty and every other "street rapper" are not gangstas.

They're entertainers who make profit off the lifestyle and exploit that for financial gains.

I love their music and there's no question they got talent. But really?

Do you actually believe they'll die a "gangsta?"

They'll die rich and famous.

They can wear the tattoos, show off the guns and brag about how many women they banged. They can spurn all people who helped them throughout their lives. Once them bullets fly either they're willing to die under them or spend time in the iron college doing the job. A bullet has no eyes.

Jay-Z was always the smart rapper. He's the real street rapper. He turned his life into a billion dollar business.

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