Soulja Boy exchanges phrases with a person who referred to as him concerning the alleged buy of counterfeit jewellery

An ex-girlfriend has filed a lawsuit against Soulja Boy after alleging she mistreated him and suffered a miscarriage he caused.

Soulja Boy is known for doing lots of things: being the first to have an iPhone, the first rapper to sell a tweet, and so much more. However, yesterday he was called as the first rapper to allegedly buy counterfeit jewelry in a store in the middle of the mall. In Las Vegas, Soulja was secretly picked up by a man who goes by the name of World Tour Woo on Instagram. In the viral clip, Woo exclaimed Soulja and had the Innanet in a frenzy.

Soulja wasted no time and was quick to respond to the allegations by saying it wasn’t true and showing “evidence” that the jewelry was indeed genuine. While he was at the booth, he showed the papers claiming to show the jewelry as authentic. On his Instagram story, he shared a video that said, “Go to the same jewelry store in the mall and try to buy the Cartier ni ** a. It was $ 35,000 and the Rolex was $ 30,000. ”He went on to say that they sell real jewelry in the mall and that the man was chasing after them.

After sharing Soulja’s response, some roommates felt it was not their business to know this information, including Tank. He stepped into the shadow room and commented, “That’s this man’s business.” Soulja wasn’t finished yet. In the end, he went live with the man to exchange a few words. Things quickly escalated when Woo told Soulja to meet him in Compton. Soulja wasn’t here for that and quickly approached Woo about the fact that he was not part of “his squad”.

Woo didn’t give in after the live. In the end, he shared another video at the jewelry store and spoke to an alleged employee who confirmed that some of the jewelry they sold was real and some were not.

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