Shawty Lo’s Daughter Calls Soulja Boy Delusional After Taking Credit for Influencing Drake
In a post she uploaded on Tuesday (Jan. 22), one of Shawty Lo's daughters, Sakharia Searcy, asserts that her late father had plenty of influence on Soulja Boy's music in the past. The post contains clips of Shawty Lo's "I'm Da Man," Soulja Boy's "What's Hannenin'" and Drake's "Miss Me," clips she thinks show her father's influence on both rappers. Now, she wants Big Drako to give her dad the credit he deserves.
"@souljaboy clearly you’re delusional af, give my daddy his credit he been started that “wave” ♀️," Searcy says in her caption.
This news came a few days after Soulja Boy told XXL that Drake doesn't even write his own raps. Before that, he'd said that Drizzy bit his flow from his 2007 song "What's Hannenin'” Drake's 2010 track "Miss Me." Speaking with XXL, Soulja also said Drizzy hadn't shown him enough support after the Toronto rapper remixed his 2013 song "We Made It."
"Why we ain’t shoot the video?” Soulja said at the time. “Why this nigga ain’t bring me on tour to perform it one time, but he was performing my record on tour the whole time? Just little slick shit like that.”
See what Shawty Lo's daughter thinks of Soulja Boy below.
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