Soulja Boy To Clean Up His Act, “I Need To Set A Positive Example For The Kids”
During an interview with the Associated Press, Soulja Boy apologized for using vulgar language in his music and on his popular YouTube videos.
The Atlanta based rapper, whose album iSouljaboytellem dropped on Tuesday (12/16), said he was sorry to all the parents of his fans for cussing and talking about inappropriate situations.”Over the past few months, I’ve had a chance to meet a lot of my fans face to face and it made me realize that I got a large fan base of kids that look up to me,” he told the AP. “I have a greater responsibility to the kids that want to be like Soulja Boy (and) I need set a positive example for them.”
SB who is known for sparking a dance craze across young America with his hit “Crank That (Soulja Boy),” was criticized for the song’s line “Superman that hoe.” The 18-year-old rapper has also been shown urinating off a balcony and blowing his nose into a hundred dollar bill on his popular YouTube channel.
In related news, along with releasing his sophomore album earlier this week, it was revealed that the teen sensation is getting into the videogame business. He is currently in the process of developing a game for the Xbox 360. –Elan Mancini