LISTEN: Mike Tyson raps track for Chris Brown vs Soulja Boy
Setting aside social media jabs against each other, Chris Brown and Soulja Boy’s upcoming scuffle will be decorated with a rap jingle sung by Mike Tyson.
The retired boxing champ hit the studio and fueled the star-studded riot with his own diss track called “If You Show Up,” with lyrics firing shots at Soulja Boy and his spirited coach, Floyd Mayweather Jr. Unlike Soulja Boy’s previous diss track, Tyson’s sweet surprise includes girls in skimpy clothes working out at a gym while lip-syncing Tyson’s vocals.
Tyson repeatedly chants, “If you show up, it’s going down/I’m gonna teach him how to knock your a** out.” He even teased a snap on Twitter where he is seen recording his diss track.
In studio. Dropping heat. Wait and see what this is about… pic.twitter.com/3jyDiUgcz6
— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) January 8, 2017
This is in response to the “Crank That” rapper’s diss track entitled “Hit Em with the Draco,” released a few days ago. Soulja Boy’s hit is grisly aimed at Chris Brown and 50 Cent, who bet $100,000 (P4.9 million) in favor of Brown.
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“Stand in the box, I jab I jab/I’m knock out Chris Brown,” the sample lyrics read.
The two singers’ brawl originated when Soulja Boy was accused of liking and leaving a comment on Brown’s former fling Karrueche Tran’s Instagram photo. Online chaos occurred multiple times when Soulja Boy flaunted posted selfies of him hanging out with Brown’s ex-girlfriend Nia Guzman and Brown’s daughter Royalty at Mayweather’s home.
Tyson is training the “With You” singer while Mayweather is training Soulja Boy.
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Soulja Boy and Brown will knock each other out sometime in March in Las Vegas. Gianna Francesca Catolico
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