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The 'Crank That' hitmaker blames the other driver for the car crash, claiming she 'ran the light' and 'turned too fast, thought she was gonna make it.'
The clip, which sees the 'Kiss Me Thru the Phone' rapper spitting his verse while lounging inside his bedroom, is made in support of a song from his upcoming independent album, 'Skate Boy'.
After he was released on $10,000 bond, the 'Crank That' rapper also makes use of his Twitter account to apologize to his fans and thank them for standing outside the jail in Temple, Georgia.
The 'Crank That' rapper is facing three felony charges after police discovered a 'substantial' amount of marijuana, cash and guns after a routine stop for a traffic violation in Temple, Georgia.
The rapper whose real name is DeAndre Way has his team work nonstop to delete all traces of the offending song from the web, and vows to never release it for purchase.
The rapper whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way is urged to change his moniker because it's an obvious play on the word 'soldier.'
The rapper has issued an apology letter that not only admits his fault but also explains what he really means with the words.
A military veteran demands the 'Kiss Me Thru the Phone' hitmaker to apologize to all the armed forces for his rude language in his viral song.
Posing as bloody corpses, Matt and Kim throw a party with an equally messy Andrew W.K. before being joined by a frozen Soulja Boy.
Recorded for Converse's 'Three Artists. One Song' campaign, the new track additionally features Andrew W.K.
Words ran rampant that the 'Crank That (Soulja Boy)' rapper has treated himself to a tricked-out jet for his 21st birthday, but his spokesman denies by claiming they are grossly over exaggerated.
The 'Pretty Boy Swag' rapper reportedly bought the G5 jet for $35 million, and spent an additional $20 million to pimp it out with Italian leather seats and flat screen TVs among other things.
The 'Crank That' rapper, who lost his little half-brother Deion Jenkins in a car accident, takes to his Twitter page to share grief, writing '... I can't believe my Lil bro is gone.'
Beside sending rude messages to his fellow rappers, the hacker also made explicit jibes about Weezy's recent spell in prison on weapons possession charges.
The 'Turn My Sway On' hitmaker claims he helped writing Smith's hit song, tweeting 'THATS WHY SHE SAYS HOP OUT THE BED TURN MY SWAG ON.'