Soulja Boy Publishes Another Missing ‘Donda’ Verse, Criticizing Kanye West — Again
Kanye West’s delayed Donda album debuted on Sunday, unexpectedly featuring numerous special guests including JAY-Z, Travis Scott, Lil Durk, and The Weekend. However, some performers who are said to have worked on the 27-track project were left out.
Apart from Chris Brown, who referred to Kanye as a “hoe” for neglecting his contributions, Soulja Boy was apparently cut. Soulja Boy was asked about Donda on Twitter soon after the project went live. He replied, “IDK how to feel, Kanye sent me that song ‘remote control’ and I don’t hear my verse on it…hmm fuck that n-gga.”
On Tuesday, however (August 31), Soulja Boy resurrected the unused verse from his song “Remote Control,” and he fired another shot at G.O.O.D. Music founder Kanye West in a Instagram video clip.
It was shared under the caption, “Here’s my ‘Remote Control’ verse,” “Fuck Kanye #Donda.”
The omission of artists such as Soulja Boy and Chris Brown wasn’t the only thing that angered fans. During Thursday’s (August 26) listening event at Soldier Field in Chicago, listeners noticed Kanye replacing JAY-Z’s verse on “Jail” with one from DaBaby. However, when the album was finished, DaBaby’s lyrics was missing.
According to Bu Thaim, Kanye’s manager, the line was never authorized by Arnold Taylor, DaBaby’s manager, which he flatly denied on Instagram.
“This is CAP,” he wrote. “I woke up this morning to this social media bullshit. I never got a call or email from @kanyewest @__bu @johnmonopoly I just received it today and Cleared it in 2 seconds.
Then, according to Kanye, Universal released the album without his consent and blocked DaBaby’s verse.
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