Following Atari’s Denial That He Was The New CEO, Soulja Boy Responds

Soulja continued to slam Atari while agitated, stating, "Ain't nobody thinking about no fu***ing Atari." I've never even touched an Atari. I'm a Sonic fan. I'm a Sega fan. I'm a Nintendo fan.”

Whew! It appears like Atari and Soulja Boy’s potential business collaboration has dissolved before it even started. Following statements made by the ‘Rick & Morty’ rapper, both sides don’t appear to be on the same page concerning the ownership role. Soulja said yesterday that he was the new CEO and owner of the video game company, which rose to prominence in the 1970s. Atari, on the other hand, declined the change and verified that Soulja isn’t the CEO. ”We know that CEO of Atari is a wonderful position, but that honor goes to Wade Rosen,” the business tweeted late last night.

This seemed to rile Soulja up, as he went live and confronted Atari. During the live, he read an excerpt from an alleged 30-page contract in which he said the corporation sought his assistance since he is the hottest rapper in the game. Soulja came on the show and announced that he was about to expose the company. “Never try to play games with me on the internet over nothing. Ya’ll company called me and said they wanted to bring ya’ll back.” He also maintained that he had never capped or lied about anything in his life as the show progressed.

Soulja continued to slam Atari while agitated, stating, “Ain’t nobody thinking about no fu***ing Atari.” I’ve never even touched an Atari. I’m a Sonic fan. I’m a Sega fan. I’m a Nintendo fan.” Before the show finished, Soulja made it obvious that he didn’t want anything to do with Atari and told them to “f**k ya’ll.” In the comments about Soulja’s reaction to the news, the Roommates sparked a debate. Tank even went into The Shade Room to provide his opinion on the subject, saying, “They needed the controversy for us to even realize they still exist.” “Way to go.”

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