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Soulja Boy Put FaceBook Fan On Blast

So somebody set Soulja Boy off over the weekend via Facebook. I guess y’all think you can just take jabs at the homie and think he is going to sit back and stay in chill mode like a lil boy. Well think again, apparently some white folks liked his fan page just to leave racial slurs on his page. Lets just say the Soulja Boy “Tellem” told them off and made them eat their words.

Soulja Wrote:

“WHO THE fuck “likes” an artist on facebook who they dont LIKE. DUMB ASS”
“If you dont like ME or my music UNLIKE the page and let the people who do enjoy their artist giving updates and music out. shit getting out of hand now. GTFOH you stalkers”
“how can you say “i hate you” blah blah blah. when you are on my page that doesnt make any sense! it sounds crazy you are stalking a person who you dont like WTF kinda sh*t is that. no life having bitches”
“haters are so fucking stupid! “i dont like soulja boy so im gonna like his facebook and wait till he post a video to be the 1st one to comment” n***a get the fuck out of here go get some pussy and stop being a lame”
“pussy ass white boys make me sick man. LET A BLACK MAN SHINE AND DO SOMETHING POSITIVE!!! DAMN YALL ALREADY GOT MONEY AND LIVING RIGHT STOP HOLDING US BLACK PEOPLE DOWN TRYING TO DO SOMETHING POSITIVE READ MORE

So my homegirl Miss. Jia over at MissJia reported that a woman in the Netherlands is probably waiting by her computer for 152 of her Facebook friends to hit like at her photo. Why you might ask? Because she went and got all 152 of there faces tattooed on her arm.

“After months of work I want to show you all my social tattoo,” said the woman, identified only by her YouTube username susyj87.

The tattoo was done by Rotterdam-based tattoo artist, Dehvyathe Xaviera Moelker, also known as Dex.

On her website Ms Moelker described her work as “a real ‘social tattoo’!”

The woman appears to have been inspired by Netherlands-based company Pretty Social which prints people’s Facebook friends’ photos on a range of products, from clocks, bags and IKEA furniture to a Mini Cooper car. READ MORE

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