Ice-T To Soulja Boy, "You Killed Hip Hop" and To Hurricane Chris, "Man Up"

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Legendary hardcore rapper Ice T has blasted off on Soulja Boy for killing hip-hop and blasted Hurricane Chris as well on a new mixtape hosted by DJ Cisco.

It seems that Ice-T has blasted off on Soulja Boy on DJ Cisco’s mixtape “Urban Legend”.

“F*** Soulja Boy! Eat a d***! This n***a single handedly killed Hip Hop… Soulja Boy I know you’re young enough to be my kid, but you single handedly killed hip-hop” states Ice T.

“That s*** is such garbage man. You can’t do that mayne. We came all the way from Rakim, we came all the way from Das EFX, we came all the way from motherf***ers flowing like Big Daddy Kane and Ice Cube, and you come with that Superman s***? That s***s garbage. Hurricane (Chris) take them f***ing beads out of your f***ing head kid! Come on, man up you n***as, stop bulls***ing you n***as is making me feel real f***ing mad about this s***. We took it all the way to khakis and straps and you n***as looking happy man, that s***’s whack, but get your money mayne, I ain’t tripping. Fix bikes or something.”

Ice-T isn’t the first to go off on Soulja Boy, others have also went off on the rapper and even deemed him a “ringtone” rapper and find his comical rapping to be offensive as a teen by saying, “Superman That H**” and find his dances and songs somewhat hurtful to the hip-hop game, while others say he’s just having fun.

In a recent interview with AllHipHop, Ice-T’s ex-wife and former counterpart Darlene Ortiz was asked her view on music today in which she refers to Soulja Boy in the following response, “I can’t knock that [type] of music, like your Soulja Boys I look at it like back in the days when Tracy [Ice T] was coming out and hitting on the scene you had your different genres to. You had your Egyptian Lover, which is highly equivalent to that. It didn’t really mean anything but it was cool the young kids would get up and dance to it. But it wasn’t the Ice T thing, all these deep stories

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