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There have been rumors and gossip, and one sided interviews but finally, Princess, one of the female members of Crime Mob, the group behind the 2007 hit “Rock Your Hips” is ready to speak. (laughs) Being in the industry makes your older mentally. If I was doing something I let everybody know I was doing it. She switched managers which I knew about because she asked me did I want to change managers and I said she can do her own thing as far as management. We did not know about it till right before the Dirty Awards. LJ: What’s up with the video footage of the your guys arguing at Soulja Boys Birthday party? Me not being that mature that as I should have been at the time. So she turns around and says “ See Princess they don’t want your autograph.” It was crazy because I was not worried about her.
But in addition to building a reputation as a teenage phenom with plenty of business savvy, Soulja was also perceived as everything that was wrong with rap music and a representation of where the culture was headed, causing friction between himself and elder statesmen in the game.
However, Soulja Boy would hold his own in many of these instances, flipping the script and proving to be adept at handling himself when put in the hot seat, a position he would find himself in numerous times throughout the years.
Multiple instances of violent threats and bounties have littered his beefs, which Soulja Boy clearly explained when telling a recent story about the time he shot a man during an attempted invasion of his home in 2009. As soon as 2017 began, he didn’t waste any time beefing with Chris Brown."They're allowing people to get a chance to see who we are on a personal level, but they're also giving a chance for people to see who we are as competitors and performers and artists," Diamond told back in April. The Atlanta rapstress revealed to Hip-Hop DX that she was in the studio when she got the news about a second season.When the topic of beef is broached in hip-hop, names like Tupac Shakur, 50 Cent and The Game will often pop up, but after a tumultuous 2016, Soulja Boy can now safely add his name to that list.Since first hitting it big in 2007 with his “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” single, which would go on to be certified diamond by the RIAA, Soulja Boy has managed to defy his detractors and outlast more talented lyricists with a continuous string of hits, becoming one of the more improbable success stories in hip-hop of the past decade.Since then, Diamond has made headlines for her relationships.