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Soulja Boy discussed during a Friday morning interview on the Breakfast Club that Ye shouldn’t have criticized his “Remote Control” verse during his Drink Champs interview because he believes the all-time music icon has recorded some poor songs over his career. Soulja Boy explained that he wished Kanye was just upfront with his critique so they could work on the song more instead of telling him it was good and then dissing him behind his back.
He added “You gotta learn how to communicate at the same time. You can’t just be holding that in. You definitely can’t be telling somebody this is a great piece of work, but in your head like, ‘I don’t really like this.’ You can’t hurt my feelings because I know my shit is hard. Who the fuck is you to decide if the song hard or not. Put the song out on the album and let the people decide.”
“Kanye, you dropped the most trash… you ain’t never dropped a trash song in your life?!” yelled Soulja on the radio. “So that motherfuckin’ Yeezus album wasn’t trash?”
Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy both agreed that they don’t like that album before Soulja Boy continued.”So who am I to come to you and say, ‘Kanye, Yeezus was trash!’ I know [I can say that] but I’m not finna say that! I’ma keep it G and just listen to it a couple more times, like, ‘Maybe he was tryna go this way wit’ it,’ I’ma give it a couple more listens [rather] than just publicly disrespect somebody’s work of art.”Soulja also said that Ye should have allowed fans to make the decision.
On Wednesday, Kanye shared a text message conversation, to Instagram, between himself, and Soulja. There, it showed the two deciding to end their feud, as Ye apologized for not letting Soulja know, that he wouldn’t appear on the “Donda” album.
Watch the interview below