Real ‘Whip My Hair’ Writer Pens Diss Rap Blasting Soulja Boy: ‘Invisible Boy Swag’


Tray Hova | January 5, 2011 - 6:51 pm

Twitter sure has sped up the time it takes for industry folk to fire back at each other. Only a few days after Soulja Boy made bold claims stating that he wrote Willow Smith’s frenetic hit “Whip My Hair,” one of the song’s real writers Ronald “Jukebox” Jackson drove a nail in the truth by penning some rhymes debunking Soulja’s tweet. “Now all these execs sayin’ they wanna whip my hair / Soulja said he ghostwrote it ’cause that’s right, he wasn’t there.” Word? Word. Listen to the madness below. 

Props: Idolator