Kanye West stunned fans Sunday morning (August 29) when he released his heavily teased, long-awaited 10th studio album ‘DONDA.’
As the reviews continue to roll in, many critics were particularly impressed with the set’s diverse guest list as it includes appearances from the likes of JAY-Z, The Weeknd, and Travis Scott.
However, there is one critic who was none-too-pleased with the tally of features as he was noticeably absent: Soulja Boy.
Hop inside to see his fiery words…
The outspoken MC revealed he was sent the song ‘Remote Control’ to record a verse for. Yet, he noted its absence and was not impressed.
He took to Twitter and said:
“Idk how to feel, Kanye sent me that song “remote control” and I don’t hear my verse on it… hmm f*ck that n*gga”
He went on to share what appeared to be a text message exchange with West, which he captioned:
“This n*gga Kanye smh. Tell homie don’t hit my phone no more.”
Ouch! As of time reported, West has not responded to the hoopla.
Although, within the hour, West took to social media to claim that his record label released ‘Donda’ without his approval. Words many – including Soulja Boy – met with cynicism.
It’s not the first time sparks have flown between the pair. The ‘Crank That’ rapper notably slammed West’s presidential campaign and claims he “taught Kanye everything he knows.”