Soulja Boy called wrestling fake and that got a lot of heat from WWE star Randy Orton, which made a lot of news
Wrestling is an art but even if some things are scripted the dangers of being in the ring are all too real.
Many top stars have picked up serious injuries that have not only cut short their careers but have caused long-lasting damage.
WWE has some of the biggest names in the wrestling business and it is expected that they are protective of their craft.
Soulja Boy, who is known for his hit “Crank Dat” from a few years back decided to wade into these waters.
The rapper is known to court controversy and well, his first tweets on wrestling caught the attention of a few.
It was T-Bar that roasted Soulja boy by making fun of his career while bringing up the serious injuries that happen in the ring:
“Does the rap game take years off your life and leave you with countless injuries and debilitating pain? Oh well maybe just stick to super soaking hoes or whatever it is you did 15 years ago.”
However, things took another turn when Randy Orton got involved and slaughtered Soulja Boy.
The Viper didn’t hold back on the musician and went at it left, right and centre:
Orton even brought up Bad Bunny and how he understood the business while Soulja Boy was nowhere near him:
“Ps @sanbenito would beat the f*** outta you. Why? How? Because he’s seen our world. Respects it and knows what it takes and finds himself lucky to be a part of it. You wanna talk fake? Pawn that cheap ass chain and come work for it you one hit wonder ass mutha fu***”
Orton isn’t someone who loses his cool on social media easily and this doesn’t seem to be an angle either.
He brought up the list of “hits” that Boy had over the years and blasted him about that too:
Of course, Soulja Boy wasn’t going to take things lying down and brought up, again, what was real and what was fake:
However, Orton seemed to want a piece of Soulja Boy and called him out for a match:
WWE have had many celebrities fight in the ring over the years. Pat McAfee was one of the most impressive stars in recent years while Bad Bunny hasn’t done poorly either.
It is to be seen if Soulja Boy makes it to the ring, but if he does, Orton will be waiting with his fangs out.