Soulja Boy Claps Back at Trouble Over Alleged Young Dolph Diss Song

Trouble and some fans take issue at the timing of the song release as they believe the song is a diss against the slain rapper, whom Soulja dissed just last week.

AceShowbiz - Soulja Boy and Trouble exchanged heats online. The beef started after Soulja released a song called "Stretch Some" on the same day Young Dolph was killed in a gun violence incident. Trouble and some fans apparently took issue at the timing as they believed the song was diss against the slain rapper.

"I like da lil silly s**t Soulja be doing time to time, it's entertainment, I get it," Trouble wrote on Twitter on Thursday, November 18. "Don't be no puss azz n***a na drop no song kalled 'stretch sump' da next dayy as if u got active in my dawg losin his life dou! Das ho s**t luh bruh @souljaboy an u know wuzzam wit me."

As for Soulja, he responded to Trouble in a series of now-deleted tweets. Insisting that the show isn't meant for Dolph, the "Crank That" spitter said, "That song been out but what u wanna do n***a? U sound tough as hell on the internet f**k u talking about n***a."

"Police a** n***a @TroubleDTE," Big Draco, who revealed in a comment under The Shade Room's post that the song leaked "months" ago, added. "The truth hurts, and b***h I'm the truth. ... B***h a** boy u could be next @TroubleDTE."

The speculations that "Stretch Some" was a diss song for Dolph was sparked considering the fact that Soulja took a dig at Dolph last week. Accusing of Dolph lying about bringing in $100K per show despite being independent, Soulja said on Instagram Live, "That's big cap. I'm really 100% independent no cap." Soulja also laughed about a previous shooting incident in which Dolph was injured.

Dolph was shot and killed on Wednesday, November 17 while shopping in a cookie store in Memphis, Tennessee. The 36 year old, famous for hits like "On the River", is survived by a son and a daughter.

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