Chris Brown and Soulja Boy have decided to take their beef from Instagram to the boxing ring.
Earlier this week, Breezy challenged Soulja Boy to a fight and asked Adrien Broner to set it up, but now boxing great Floyd Mayweather has stepped in to push the match with his Mayweather Promotions company.
Both artists have since confirmed they will take part in the bout, which is expected to go down this March.
Soulja took to Instagram with a picture of a promotional poster and the caption “It’s going down, Signed my contract I’m leaving the fight with $1,000,000 I got the best ever my big bro @floydmayweather training me damn. #TMT #SODMG March in Vegas !! On TV.”
“BOXING MATCH SET. Legally. Man to Man. NO MORE DISSING AND NO MORE BULLSHIT,” Brown added.
Despite no odds being set, the bets are already rolling in and 50 Cent said he’d be willing to wager at least $100,000 on Chris Brown. Floyd has also done his part to build the feud, inviting Soulja Boy over to his home to hang out with Nia Guzman and Brown’s daughter Royalty.
Chris quickly took the bait and returned to Instagram with an angry message demanding Soulja Boy stop making comments about his daughter:
“All jokes aside,” he said. “We’re gonna set up this fight. It’s going to be professional…But one thing you’ve got to stop doing…Stop bringing my daughter into this, my ni**a. Stop saying shit about my f*cking daughter, bro. It’s not no fucking game, my ni**a. Now, you’re playing with something else that’s gonna take this somewhere else.”
Soulja Boy has already shared footage of himself working out to prepare for the fight, but the clip was met mostly with laughter and criticism.
Soulja Boy claims that his beef with Chris originated from liking a Karrueche Tran photo on Instagram and having the R&B star contact him asking to fight, an allegation that Brown has since denied.
It seems Soulja has learned nothing from the situation, as he was spotted earlier today sharing his love for newly single female MC Nicki Minaj. His posts have since been deleted.
More details as the story develops.