Soulja Boy Trolls DaBaby by Buying Out Candy From Kids

  /  07.14.2021

Soulja Boy is taking the opportunity to troll DaBaby after his latest controversy.

DaBaby went viral this week after sharing a video of two teens trying to sell him Skittles for $2 each. The “Ball If I Want To” rapper asked them how much it would cost to buy the whole box of 34, to which they replied $200. But he felt that they were trying to finesse him since the value was only $68. So he ended up buying only one pack of Skittles from each kid.

“I was gonna bless you anyway. You would have gotten the $200 but now you got $2,” he said.

DaBaby later clarified that he did it to teach them a lesson. “I give them the opportunity to just make it make sense, why you want $200 for this?” he told Complex. “I respect their hustle…I gave them knowledge and bought one piece of candy from each of them and closed the door.”

Now Soulja Boy is now getting in on the viral moment by trying to one up DaBaby with his own candy-buying stunt.

Big Draco walked up to a kid at the mall and asked him how much his candy bars cost. He said $5 apiece before Soulja handed him a couple bills. He then returned and handed another kid a stack of cash. It’s unclear how much he paid, but he didn’t take any candy in return.

“First rapper to give a ni**a a bankroll and let him keep the candy,” Soulja boasted while his friend filmed the encounter.


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