Soulja Chris Brown

Being famous and all, Soulja Boy has probably gone through so much. But now he’s forced to go through some more. Soulja Boy is allegedly in danger of eviction of his L.A. pad, due to about $10,000 in unpaid rent. Apparently the landlords are reportedly in rage because Soulja Boy has more than 10 guests fill up the guest parking lot space. The folks at TMZ had the letter from the landlords to our boy:

“We have received complaints of noise disturbances and guests wandering the hallway and Observation Deck. This is a direct violation of your Lease Agreement. Additionally, we were notified that you had over 10 cars parked in guest parking on the evening of September 25th. This is a violation of your lease which states, ‘You may have no more than two overnight guests at a time unless we provide specific approval.'”

What’s so wrong about having friends over? Geez. Some people just can’t stand other people’s success. And speaking of friends, Soulja Boy and his friend, Chris Brown did a collabo on Chris’ upcoming album “Graffiti”, on the track titled “Bad”. Although the two have collaborated before in the song “Yamaha Mama”, Chris Brown is excited about this collaboration, as he told

“Well, me and him, we been on tour together and we’re friends, so I was just like, ‘Yo, I gotta do a record with Soulja Boy,’ Because me and him are always gonna have, like, this kind of energy, just as far as kids, and with him, he does records that are, like, the easiest records ever. I’m not discrediting him, ’cause they’re big records, but he could talk about, ‘I got my shoes on, I got my hat on, but I’m fresh though,’ and it could be something funny. But it’s always something that can be catchy for kids, and I wanna do something that’s real cool for everybody. Me and him did this record called ‘Bad’ — it’s a nice little joint. I talk about this girl, [saying,] ‘She fine.’ So it’s kinda cool.”

Soulja Boy is also thrilled about his work with Chris Brown:

“My approach to it was, ‘If me and Chris Brown ever did a song together, it got to be the best song ever,’ When people hear it, it gotta be automatic — be in all the kids’ heads, all the girls definitely gotta love it, all the females gotta love it. That was my approach to it. I was just thinking, ‘What is the slickest lines I could say to a female to make them fall in love with this record?’ “

So who says Soulja Boy is all about playing around? The guy works harder than anybody and making a lot of money… and of course, is involved with a lot of people that sometimes take up parking spaces. And to object to his success, sounds like… pure jealousy.  Don’t you think?