Atlanta, GA – Soulja Boy ignited a social media frenzy after he appeared on The Breakfast Club earlier this month and claimed he taught Drake the whole lot he is aware of. But a daughter of the late Shawty Lo, Sakharia Searcy, has one thing to say about that.
On Tuesday (January 22), Searcy hopped on Instagram and insisted Big Soulja must acknowledge the trail her father laid out for his successors.
“@souljaboy clearly you’re delusional af. give my daddy his credit score he been began that ‘wave,’” she captioned a medley video.
Searcy says Shawty Lo’s 2005 single “I’m Da Man” gave start to Soulja Boy’s 2006 lower “What’s Hannenin” and finally, Drake’s 2010 single, “Miss Me.”
During his interview with The Breakfast Club, Young Draco claimed Drake stole his type.
“Stop playin’ like I didn’t train Drake the whole lot he is aware of [starts singing Drake’s ‘Miss Me’],” he mentioned. “That’s Souja! That’s my bar! He copy my entire fuckin’ stream! Word-for-word. Bar-for-bar. Don’t act like I didn’t make Drake. Don’t do this.”
Unsurprisingly, a lot of his followers and friends backed up him and Soulja Boy has been on a media rampage ever since.
Searcy is one among 11 youngsters born to the late Shawty Lo. The Atlanta-bred rapper died in August 2016 after accidents sustained in a single-car accident on the ATL’s I-285 freeway. He was 40 years outdated.