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Rolling Loud Germany Removes Soulja Boy From List Of Performers Over Wizkid Threat

Rolling Loud Germany has axed Soulja Boy from performing at this year’s festival after his fiery threat to Wizkid not too long ago.

Tru News Report published days ago that Wizkid received murder threats from American rapper Soulja Boy which buzzed the internet.

It all began when Wizkid FC (the generic name given to Wizkid’s fans) responded to Soulja’s tweet, attacking the Joro singer for a remark he made 13 years prior.

The rapper threatened to beat up Wizzy after fans on the microblogging site, Twitter made a comparison between them.

Soulja Boy

In May 2010, Tru News Report recalls that Wizkid took to his Twitter account to lambast the rapper saying; “I swear Soulja Boy is wack! Jeeeezzzzz”.

But in a response last year, Soulja boy quoted the tweet and wrote: “Ya mama Wack. Shut ya bitch ass up”

A fan @Wizownfrogboy then revisited the matter and on February 24, 2023 tweeted; “@souljaboy wiz own you lil bra”


Soulja Boy who was provoked by the comment went on a rant and attacked Wizkid on the social networking service.

In a series of now deleted tweets, the rapper wrote; “Wizkid is puxxy. This flyer is cap keep playing and we gon find y’all and beat y’all ass b$$ch ass niggaz f**k y’all.

Umma slap you when I see you @wizkidayo.”

He then added the ‘killer blow’ by saying he is done having back and forth with fans of Wizkid on social media and that he’s going to kill Wizkid in real-time in order to put an end to the online feud.

See what he posted;


The verified page of Rolling Loud Germany shared the update on IG insisting Soulja Boy (SB) has been ‘dropped’ from the concert hinged on the foregoing.

This predictably sparked a new wave of varied opinions, most of which were shared in the comment section of the post Rolling Loud uploaded.

Rolling Loud is an international hip hop music festival held in the United States, Europe, Australia and Canada.

Established in 2015, it is “one of the biggest rap-only festivals in the world” according to Complex, while Billboard called it “the be-all of hip-hop festivals”. In 2019, an estimated 210,000 people attended the event in Miami.

Source – Tru News Report


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