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Tyga, Kanye, Drake Now Ariana!!! Soulja Boy Showing No Mercy!!!

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Soulja Boy is back in the news and is claiming that Ariana Grande owes him credit for her new hit “7 Rings.”

It was was just recently when infamous Soulja Boy resurfaced to bash the likes of Drake, Kanye West, and Tyga. Well this week, he has moved on to his next target – singer Ariana Grande.

According to Complexvideo surfaced in which a news anchor noticed that Ariana’s “7 Rings” sounded eerily familiar to Soulja Boy’s classic “Pretty Boy Swag.”

Soulja Boy soon after took to Twitter and requested that Ariana Grande put some respek’ on his name.

His request soon escalated and he claimed that she stole his vibe entirely.

Soulja Boy’s statements are similar to that of Princess Nokia. The rapper also noticed a similar ring between her tune “Mine” and “7 Rings.”

Is this ordeal a mere coincidence, or does Ariana Grande need to give credit where rightfully due? Be sure to share your thoughts on the matter down below!

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