Earlier this month, BallOut, one of the Chicago rapper Chief Keef‘s Glory Boyz Entertainment associates, boasted that he had swiped a chain from Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy. BallOut posted pictures of Soulja Boy’s stolen chain on Instagram and Twitter. Soulja Boy later claimed that the chain wasn’t stolen via some thuggish stick-up, but that someone had simply lifted it from his home.
While Soulja Boy also claimed that the chain was fake, the two had a heated back-and-forth online.
Things did seem to simmer down until this weekend when there was an eyebrow-raising post on Soulja Boy’s Facebook page. It had fans wondering if he was plotting some form of retaliation against Chief Keef because of BallOut’s actions and words.
“Tell @Ballout im outside wit da choppa 712-355-8***,” read a post on Soulja boy’s Facebook page.
Chief Keef responded, almost immediately. “In London Ttu,” he tweeted. “New Number Dm if You Want it.”
“(404)-713-7**** call me And Solja Boy At This Number,” he added. “@souljaboy Where u at Fonem Finna Get Up With You.”
Soulja Boy then issued a tweet claiming he was hacked. “My facebook is hacked all that s–t is fu fu.”
“Just got off stage. Everybody chill my Facebook is hacked. If its not from twitter it’s not me. Luv show was turnt up,” Soulja Boy tweeted later.