Soulja Boy’s 7 Craziest, Funniest and Most Memorable Internet Moments
You've followed hip-hop for the last few years. You saw the cover. You know by now Soulja Boy is a favorite target of haters across the world (wide web). It's the music, the antics and the attitude that have people looking to knock dude off his game and his pedestal. Oh, and the success, 'cause there's been a lot of that. For us, though, it's that same collection of music, antics and attitude that make us love SB. Today, still at the ripe age of 20, Soulja is dropping his third solo album, The DeAndre Way. We thought we'd commemorate the release by looking back on some of Soulja Boy's craziest, funniest, weirdest and most notable video moments. Tell 'em.
Soulja Boy Enjoys Fergie, Being on Camera at Grammys
At SB's first Grammys in 2008, he saw Ms. Fergalicious, who showed some much appreciated love. In return, the young'n decided to stay in front of the camera for as long as possible, flicking his patented white "Soulja Boy" shades up and down.
Soulja Boy Has Some Words for Ice-T
A few years back, rapper-turned-actor Ice-T claimed that Soulja single-handedly killed hip-hop. The up and comer had other ideas, and took to UStream to air them out.
Soulja Boy Inhales Helium
We all did this as kids. You know, let the helium from a balloon into your lungs and then talk all funny. No word on whether or not we'll be getting a whole song in this style.
Soulja Boy Shows His Remote Control Lambo Chain
Chains in hip-hop? Yeah, that's normal. This monstrosity was in a class of its own, though.
Soulja Boy Dougies
Before it swept the nation, became a mainstay in the NFL and made an appearance in The Wall Street Journal, SB was ready to show you his dougie. And, no, that's not as dirty as it sounds.
Soulja Boy Challenges His Friend to Drink Bottle of Patron for 10K
Soulja Boy and 50 Cent Behind the Scenes at XXL Cover Shoot
You know we had to include this. A behind the scenes look at the making of the cover of our November issue, which, if you haven't already, go pick up at a store or newsstand near you.