Soulja Boy Tell Em has reportedly inked a Twitter post, which appears to have since been removed, that used racist language to call out the media's negative portrayal of him.
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Posted Wednesday (July 1) night, the rapper goes through a rant regarding his music and image.
"Water down my music and my appearance and make me look like something i'm not," he wrote. "THESE CRACKERS DONT KNOW WHO THE F*CK I REALLY AM!!! Then I get signed. this is where my dream slowly died... these crackaz wanna criticize a n*gga. take REAL SH*t and turn it to trash. Like why? Like really. My music dream was THE SH*t 2 years ago before I was signed. It was everything I could ever imagine." (Def Sounds)
The internet picked up on the postings and saved screen shots in case the messages were later erased.
"Yeah I said," Soulja Boy added. "f*ck all of yall. I'm taking my money and leaving. Gonna go blow kush and live my 2nd dream. this rap sh*t lame now" (Rap Radar)
The messages were deleted Thursday morning.
UPDATE: Soulja Boy deleted all of his dramatic tweets early this morning. He said he talked to R&B singer Tyrese who gave him some advice on the situation. (MFeenz)
Soulja Boy also posted a Twitter message saying he has since received some guidance earlier today (July 2).
"Just got off the phone with @Tyrese4Real," he wrote. "and he gave me some real good advice, thanks homie." (Soulja Boy's Twitter)