AceShowbiz - Soulja Boy appears to have nothing to worry about despite Charleston White's plans to press charges against him. The rapper has responded to the YouTuber's claims that the former threatened the latter following their encounter in Florida last week.
Soulja seems amused by Charleston's claims, labeling the controversial motivational speaker a rat. Taking to his Instagram Story, the "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" hitmaker shared The Shade Room's post about Charleston's claims, adding rat emojis and a face with tears of joy emoji.
Soulja is confident that Charleston has got nothing to put against him as he said in a statement to XXL, "There's no way he can press charges. He the one [who] started shooting pepper spray." Denying that he ever threatened Charleston, he added, "Nobody threatened him, just laughed at him on Live."
On Wednesday, July 27, Charleston once again stirred things up between him and Soulja as he revealed his plans to press criminal charges against the Chicago native and his associate Flo Malcom, whom he identified by their legal names, DeAndre Cortez Way and Ira Malcom, respectively. In a video, he claimed that he fears for his life after the two men threatened his life.
"He done made all the threats. So listen, if you think my people and myself ain't contacting the Atlanta District Attorney's Office, you done f**ked up, boy," he said. He then contacted his publicist, whom he asked to check on "the course of action we need to take to file charges against an Atlanta rapper who threatened my life with guns on video."
"We got video of Soulja Boy threatening to have people killed," Charleston explained. "I have video of another n***a threatening and saying we banned. I'm finna see if I can get them n***as on RICO charges. I wanna press charges."
"If you could put those two on the police report-Soulja making threats of having me killed …," Charleston went on stating, before boasting, "We got 'em. They got something for bad motherf**kers. It's jail."
"Because Soulja Boy attacked me, attempted to attack me, and I had to self defend myself," he further elaborated on why he plans to press the charges. "There was a young lady with me and she got injured. Yeah, so them n***as done f**ked up."
He further taunted his foe, "Stupid a** n***as ... They done f**ked up. This man got a video saying I will have you killed. Threatening my life. And when he saw me in person, he said, 'Yeah, in two weeks later I saw you.' Now they threatening me again?" He added, "I'll teach you bad muthaf**kas. I know somebody badder than you n***as. The goddamn police and that goddamn court system."
Soulja and Charleston reportedly got into an altercation in Miami last week when Soulja approached the motivational speaker on Collins Ave, saying he just wanted to talk to Charleston. The motivational speaker then started to spray mace on the rapper and his friends.
Confirming the encounter, Charleston said on his Instagram Live, "They don't know if they'd been tased. They don't know what happened to that...," while laughing and puffing on a cigar. Seemingly unapologetic, he added, "I hit they muthaf**kin a** one more time just for goodness sake."
He went on warning the 31-year-old hip-hop star, "You better use the police bullhorn and say, 'Hey, we wanna talk.' Other than that, s**t, you can't just walk up to a n***a like me hollerin about you wanna talk. I don't wanna talk to nan son of a b***h. Hell nah ... What if he hit me across my head with one of them rings, put that eye out?"
Soulja later clapped back on his own Live. "I don't want no smoke with none of you n***as," he began in his video. "If I knew that you n***as was gon' get on the internet, talk all of this gangsta s**t, all of this crazy s**t, and reach in your girl purse and start spraying pepper spray in the air running, n***a, like it's a trail, n***a, running with pepper spray, what the f**k!"
He went on mocking Charleston, "You n***as so scared of me, y'all ni***s gotta pull pepper spray out your b***h's purse? Running with pepper spray? What the f**k?" He added, "I thought you n***as was gangstas."