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Move Over Wiz and Snoop…Soulja Boy is the King of Cannabis

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Looks like Soulja Boy wants to stir the pot some more.

Only this time, his beef is with Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg. The rapper got on his social media account to announce that he’s hitting the blunt more these days. And apparently, Big Draco believes that Khalifa and Dogg are in no way his competition, according to HNHH.

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Wiz didn’t respond with much to say, Instead, he asks his fans to help decide. In the video that Khalifa posts, Soulja is hitting a blunt as he declares that he’ll smoke the two other rappers under a table. He specifically says, “I smoke more gas than Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg put together.” And no…he is not joking around.

At the present moment, Snoop hasn’t weighed in on the situation…but he probably thinks the whole thing is laughable anyway. After all, Snoop’s been doing this since before Soulja Boy could probably formulate a complete sentence.

Thoughts? Out of the three rappers, who do you think holds the title for being able to smoke the most marijuana? Tell us what you think, using the comment section below.

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