[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Soulja Boy[/lastfm] is not getting love from real soldiers in the military because of lyrics in a song on his upcoming album.
According to Hiphopwired.com:
Military Announces Ban On Soulja Boy Album After He Debuted New Song With Anti-Army Lyrics
Soulja Boy already realized he stuck his army boot in his mouth with his anti-military line, “F–k the FBI and the army troops…” from the song “Let’s Be Real,” but now the armed forces are battling back with a ban of the rapper’s upcoming album.
The military is making a move to have the young Soulja’s CDs stricken from all Army and Air Force Exchange Service stores.
LTC Thomas Shrader said that the lyrics are unacceptable, but the ban could be lifted if the song does not appear on the album.
Of course Soulja Boy and his camp are not only saying the song isn’t on the album but they are trying to get it removed from the Internet totally.
In order to make it up to the troops he’s offering to give free performances for the military and meet-and-greet sessions.
I’m sure that will make it all better. Maybe Soulja Boy should enlist and become a real soldier boy to make up for the rap.
This is a career ending move for Soulja Boy! And so close to the 9/11 memorial too?