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Soulja Boy Responds To Crack And Cocaine Abuse Allegations

"I ain't never did crack in my life, b***h."

Soulja Boy is hitting back after some fans accused the rapper of abusing crack or cocaine. The Internet quickly put two images of the rapper beside one another, comparing how he looked nearly 10 years ago up until today. Despite the obvious differences however, Soulja Boy insists it isn't because of drug abuse.

The fan-made photo collage shows a vintage headshot of Soulja next to a selfie that was most likely taken in the last few months. In the newer image, Soulja appears to be exhausted and much older. Some interpreted that as a sign of drug use. "I said Soulja Boy looking mad cracky now and n***as was mad talmbout, 'He's just aging.' NAH. DIS IS CRACK," one user said.

"First of all, I want to say, for everybody that's saying, 'Soulja Boy look like he's on drugs. Soulja Boy look bad. Soulja Boy look like he's on crack, on powder.' B***h, don't play with me like that!" Soulja responded. "I ain't never did crack in my life, b***h. I'm worth muthafucking $30 million, n***a. I never did cocaine in my life."

According to the rapper, the difference in appearance is due to a recent car accident he was in that took place in California due to the mudslides. "I was just in a bad car accident two days ago, b***h, I almost lost my life," he explained. "I hit my f**king face on the f**king dashboard on the car, b***h, and my shit swollen and my teeth, I need surgery and shit, n***a."

He added: "Don't be making fun of my f**king appearance and my f**king looks, n***a. I'm worth 30 million, google that shit. Y'all got me f**ked up."

Well, there you have it: Soulja Boy is not on drugs. Check out his angry video message below.

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The plea comes shortly after the "Press" artist was indicted for the alleged incident. As previously reported, Cardi is accused of facilitating a hit on two bartenders at the Angels Strip Club in Queens, New York in Aug. 2018. According to reports, Cardi ordered to associates to attack the two women with bottles and chairs.

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DaBaby is reportedly being a sued by a rapper, who claims his security allegedly beat him into a coma, TMZ reports. Donald Saladin, also known as Don Trag, claims DaBaby was aware of his crew's violent tendencies and set them loose on him anyway.

In court documents obtained by TMZ, Saldin claims the "Suge" artist failed to provide his bodyguards with the proper training to avoid aggressive situations. As a result, Saldin said he sustained injuries to his head, eyes, neck, and spine. He was also in a coma for a short period of time.

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Louisiana Mayor Apologizes To Sam Cooke 56 Years After His Death

More than 50 years after Sam Cooke's death, a Louisiana mayor has issued an apology to the beloved singer after experiencing poor treatment at a Holiday Inn.

According to a CNN affiliate KSLA, In 1963, Cooke and his band made reservations at a Shreveport Holiday Inn, north of downtown. However, the entertainer was turned away because he's black.

During the city's annual "Let The Good Times Rool" festival, Mayor Adrian Perkins apologized to Cooke's daughter and presented her with a key to the city.

"We need to come to terms with our past so we can move forward in a positive way, so this is the beginning. Specifically, with this, it's a beginning of a new relationship with the Cooke family," Perkins said.

Cooke and the band members were in town to perform, but were arrested later that day after leaving the hotel lobby for "blowing their car horn loudly and interrupting other guests." They were held for five hours and released on a $102 bond, according to the 1963 Shreveport Journal.

David Washington, a close friend of the late singer, said the honking was due to a car malfunction and not a petty act of revenge from being denied the right to say. The incident at the Holiday Inn helped is believed to have spawned his most famous song, "A Change Is Gonna Come."

The following year in December 1964, Sam Cooke was shot and killed in a Los Angeles hotel. He was 33.

 

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