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Soulja Boy Served With Eviction Notice

Soulja Boy might have to crank right out of his Atlanta pad.

According to TMZ, the rapper, born DeAndre Way, has been served with eviction papers for not paying his $4,725 November rent for his ATL home. Soulja has until December 5 to pay up or risk getting thrown out.

SB has had a rough year so far, including allegedly lying about owning a private jet, upsetting the military with one of his songs and getting arrested for reportedly carrying weed and a gun in a briefcase.

In related news, Soulja Boy’s fourth studio album, Promise, is slated to drop next year, following his 2010 release, The DeAndre Way.

“Right now I’m working on my new album; it’s called Promise — my fourth album to release from Interscope Records,” Soulja told The Boombox recently. “It’ll be in stores top of 2012. I want everybody to support. [The album is] just really showing the growth and maturity of Soulja Boy. It’s going to be dope. It’s going to be lot of great records on it, a lot of dope features, a lot of great production. I want all my fans to check it out.”—Mariel Concepcion @mceezy

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