Soulja Boy’s Breakfast Club interview is the best comeback of 2019

Big Drako lit into Drake, Kanye, and more.

January 16, 2019

Soulja Boy has been all over the rap internet after his emphatic insistence that he had "the biggest comeback of 2018," and not the frequently cited Tyga, who blew up once more with "Taste." After sparking the #BigSouljaChallenge, which featured rappers like Trippie Redd imitating his rant, Soulja Boy appeared on The Breakfast Club on Wednesday to continue his thoughts. Over the course of the interview, he renewed his attacks on Tyga, and also took aim at Drake, Kanye West, and more.

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The interview's most memorable – and quotable – moments came when Soulja lit into Drake. DJ Envy said he believed Meek Mill had the biggest comeback thanks in part to his collaboration on the song "Going Bad" with his once-rival Drake, and Soulja Boy wasn't having it. "Drake? The nigga that got bodied by Pusha-T?," Soulja said incredulously, before claiming that Drake took Soulja's flow and lyrics on "Whats Hannenin'" for the 2007 song "Miss Me." He said: "Stop playing me like I ain't teach Drake everything he know." Watch a clip below:

Like many, Soulja Boy said he wasn't feeling Kanye West's support of President Donald Trump. "We looking at you like you goofy, bruh," Big Drako said at around 39:30 in the interview. "You supporting Trump, bruh? What the fuck wrong with you?" He went on to dismiss Kanye's frequent self-comparison with Walt Disney, and plug his videogame console SouljaGame. "Nigga, you ain't none of that... I came out with a whole video game console, bruh. I'm the first rapper to do that in history, bruh. You ain't Walt Disney. You ain't none of that, bruh."

Soulja Boy released his latest mixtape Draco last week.

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