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Soulja Boy Ordered To Pay Ex Girlfriend Kayla Myers $235,900



Soulja Boy Ordered To Pay Ex-GF $235,900 In Assault & Kidnapping Case

Soulja Boy Ordered To Pay Ex-GF $235,900 In Assault & Kidnapping Case

Rapper Soulja Boy has been ordered to pay $235,900 to his ex-girlfriend Kayla Myers due to an incident from February 2019 where allegedly hit her with a handgun and threatened her life.

Of the $235,900, $1,800 of the damages were due to “mental health expenses,” while $234,100 were attributed to “physical and mental pain and suffering.”

Kayla claims she had been dating the rapper on and off for years. But at the house party, she says she tried to leave but started fighting with Soulja’s female friend and was knocked to the ground. She then claims the rapper shockingly beat her with a large gun and punched her in the face.


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Later on, she claims the rapper tied her to a chair using an extension cord and that she was only released 6 hours later after being forced to perform a sex act on him for her freedom.

Soulja Boy denied all the allegations against him.

Soulja Boy rose to prominence after his self-published debut single “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven non-consecutive weeks in 2007. He then released his debut album, (2007), which also included the single “Soulja Girl”.

His second album, iSouljaBoyTellem (2008), included the Billboard Hot 100 top-20 singles “Turn My Swag On” and “Kiss Me thru the Phone” (featuring Sammie). Way was listed at number 18 on the Forbes list of Hip-Hop Cash Kings of 2010 for earning $7 million that year. In 2010, Way released his third album, The DeAndre Way, to lukewarm commercial reception. He became an independent artist in the succeeding years.

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