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.