The Chris Brown and Soulja Boy Instagram feud is getting ridiculous


It looks like Soulja Boy and Chris Brown are starting off the New Year on the wrong foot.

After Soulja Boy took Instagram to call out Brown on Tuesday morning, Breezy has retaliated with a follow-up diss video today—and an unexpected shoutout to his new single. 

In Brown’s video, he invites Soulja Boy to settle their differences in the boxing ring. He responds to the rapper insulting him for beating Rihanna by saying, “I was 17; I’m 27 now.” He then veers away from the disses to promote his song “Party,” featuring Gucci Mane and Usher, on iTunes before signing off. 

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Brown’s video was in response to Soulja Boy’s warning that he was going to “beat the fuck out” of him next time they crossed paths. 

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The feud initially began after Soulja Boy commented on an Instagram post by Brown’s ex, Karrueche Tran‘s Instagram post, leaving a string of heart-eyed emojis on her vacation pic upload. 

Gonna miss you Kingston ❤️ Until next time ✌🏽️

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Soulja Boy claims that soon after the photo like, he received an ill-tempered, threatening FaceTime call from Brown. 

Soulja Boy continued throwing shade at the rapper, calling him “irrelevant” and advising him to “stop snorting so much coke.” 

Brown called out Soulja Boy for conjuring up the “imaginary beef,” saying that the alleged phone call never happened. 

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Tran weighed in social media feud with her own comment, calling the whole thing “ridiculous” and laughing off Brown’s “poppin” remark. The “Loyal” singer couldn’t let his ex have the last word, though. He followed up with, “NOONE ASKED FOR THIS OPINION!!!” 

Ballerific Comment Creepin —- 🌾👀🌾 #chrisbrown #commentcreepin

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Here’s hoping that’s the end of it. 

Dahlia Dandashi

Dahlia Dandashi

Dahlia Dandashi is a multimedia content producer. Her work has been published at the Austin American-Statesman and Viceland. An Arab-American raised in Dubai, she is based in Austin, Texas.