It has been about eight months since news of a GBE and SODMG fallout circulated throughout social media.
The dissolution of the two camp’s relationship is the result of a reported stolen Jesus piece chain belonging to Soulja Boy.
Old wounds resurfaced after BallOut and Soulja engaged in a heated Twitter squabble early Friday morning.
Soulja Boy may have drawn first blood with a subtle tweet.
“n—– out here speakin brokanese
“what goofy said my name,” he wrote.
Chief Keef and Migos were involved in a heated exchange due to the Atlanta-based rap group’s latest track “Brokanese.” It is alleged the track is a Glo Gang diss record.
BallOut soon taunted Soulja Boy, writing, “@ChiefKeef didn’t @souljaboy Ask U Too Get His chain Bak…FROM BIG BALLOUT #Str8BITCHAssNigga
Soulja Boy shot back, writing, “you been got that chain snatched off yo neck stop the flexin and boy that’s not my chain. You want mfers to tweak with u.”
BallOut lost Soulja Boy’s chain in late May during a scuffle with King Louie’s MUBU camp during a concert in Davenport, IA.
Durk injected himself into the online fray after responding to Soulja Boy’s post with a “cry-laughing” emoji.
Durk, who was performing during the fight incident in Davenport, previously vented his thoughts on the whole ordeal on social media.
“N—– frontin Dey move on dese sites ova a f—- chain clown a– n—– #3004real
“Everbody lame af f— dat chain b—- I’m on da block,” he wrote.
BallOut continued his taunts, writing, “@souljaboy #Ballout #Fans Got Cho charm #Fakeassgold #PussyBoi.”
The piece of jewelry ended up in the hands of Davenport man Cameron Oliver.
Oliver took to Facebook to say he has Soulja Boy’s chain.
“No Play Play We Here… Contact Soulja Boy Tell em We got his s—….” he wrote.
Soulja Boy was in talks with Kevlar Brogan, an associate of Oliver, to have the chain returned. It is unknown whether Soulja retrieved the item.
Brogan released the direct messages shared between himself and Soulja Boy on May 28 with a message, stating, “Our services ain’t free. #DOD.”
Kevlar said the chain was “fake” in a Facebook post.
“N—- that chain WAS fake ! From the gold to the stones,” he wrote on Facebook.
Soulja discredited BallOut’s relevance as a rapper, writing, “@GBE_BALLOUT you ain’t take s—. And you ain’t s— without Sosa remember that. That’s why you always gotta ask him you not a boss Bally.”
BallOut, in turn, discredited Soulja Boy’s street cred.
“Boi You ain’t No Soulja,” he wrote.
It was in April when all hell broke loose after Soulja Boy blasted BallOut for allegedly taking the chain from his home.
Soulja Boy sent a series of tweets disparaging the “I Got A Bag” rapper.
“F— these fake a– n—–
“You can’t phase a boss n—-
“Real n—– do real things fake n—– do fake things. A snake is a snake. A broke n—- will stay broke,” he wrote.
“You ain’t take s— @GBE_BALLOUT ur boy Tadoe not getting his fake a– watch back either. F— that fake a– chain that’s not mines stupid,” he wrote.
“Take a picture of the back of the chain if u so smart b—- @GBE_BALLOUT we not hiding come to secret Sundays 2nite see u there broke boy
“See what u get when u try to show broke boys love a n—- grabbing a fake chain that’s not urs while ur away from home lol smh f— em
“A n—- ain’t do nothing but show they true colors n—- that’s all
“Ballout grabbed a fake Jesus chain from my house while i wasn’t home so we took Tadoe watch now we even i will never f— will y’all again,” he wrote.
Despite Soulja’s claims of BallOut stealing the chain from his home, it was learned this wasn’t true. BallOut just simply didn’t return the item.
Former SOD artist John Boy shed light on the ordeal in a vlog.
“I f— with GBE n—–. Them and Soulja got problems, but at the end of the day you gotta realize that s— was between BallOut and Soulja Boy. BallOut took Soulja chain. Whatever the case may be. That’s they business. When it’s time for Soulja to get his s— back, Soulja Boy wanna get everybody that don’t f— with GBE to kind of fight his battle.”
John Boy explained Soulja Boy had an opportunity to ask for his chain back, but acted cowardly.
“Yall was in the studio,” he said. “You face to face with BallOut. You wanted you chain back, get your chain back. Don’t ask for other n—– to help you fight. He face to face with you. He told you whatever the case may be, bruh. That’s what its gotta be.”
Soulja Boy claimed his Jesus piece necklace was robbed from his home Saturday, April 6, but photographic evidence shows BallOut had the chain as early as Jan. 15.
BallOut was featured in Fredo Santana’s”Trap Life” music video and can be seen wearing the chain. The video was uploaded to Youtube on Jan. 22.
BallOut boasted taking the chain on social media and even threatened to physically assault Soulja Boy.
“@souljaboy Im Pistol Whippin Yu Wen I See Yu Dre Ur Not A Soulja ErrBody Know BallOut Took DeAndre Chain Tadoe What?You Wasn’t N Sight?” BallOut wrote on Twitter.
BallOut purports to have stolen Soulja Boy’s gold Jesus piece chain.
“ME N My N—– We Str8 Takn S— #Squadddddddd
“N L.A. Pushin On N—– Jus Too This N—- @souljaboy Chain Des N—– Fak As S— I B Takin S— #300shit,” BallOut wrote.
The “I Got A Bag” rapper even took to Instagram post a photo of himself wearing the jewelry.
“#ForGotTooUpload #BossShit,” the caption on the photo read.
It is not known where the original chain is currently, but Soulja Boy and BallOut now have Jesus Pieces of their own.
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