Soulja Boy’s Self-Written Wikipedia Bio Really Shows How Far He’s Come
Long ago, back in the year of 2006, there lived a young man named DeAndre Way, who would later become Soulja Boy, or Soulja Boy Tell'em depending on how formal you want to be. Sure of the fact that he would become famous, he wrote his own Wikipedia bio. Now, a Redditor has brought to the Internet's attention Soulja Boy's rather endearing self-written Wikipedia bio, which reads as follows:
Soulja "DeAndre Way" Boy was raised in Atlanta, GA Westside Zone 1 on Simpson Rd. While Soulja Boy was living in the A he started to rap at the age of 10 at school just playing around. Then in Middle school attendin "Parks Middle School" (zone 3) Soulja Boy took his talent a little bit farther. After moving to Batesville,MS To live with his father. Soulja Boy started to mess around on the computer and record tracks. Then he wanted to take his career a little seriously and make it his main goal. So he took a trip back to ATL in 2005. While in Atlanta Soulja Boy met with "Young Kwon". They cliqued in one day. Soulja Boy entire flow and style was revised. By this time now "Snap Muzik" Was popularising in the ATL. Soulja Boy liked the sound of it. He recorded his 1st 'Snap' song in Young Kwon's Studio in Pittsburg of ATL (Zone 3). After returning to MS. Soulja Boy raised money buy his own studio. After been taught by Young Kwon on how to Produce. Soulja Boy started to do Snap Tracks even more and better. As the time passed he has taken the world by storm. Landing number 1 hits on site such as Soundclick with Songs As "I Got Me Some BAPES", "Doo Doo Head", and "Make Ya Face Beat Up My Handz. Soulja Boy has collab with my artists. Such as Luch Millions of Wenner Music. And Yung Pimp. As of now Soulja Boy is sure to land a deal soon. Soulja Boy is the next big thing to arise in the Hip Hop Scene. Only being 15 years old of age and accomplished this much.
Look at that, he had the prescience to foresee that within a years' time he'd have an enormous hit — that hit being the eponymous "Crank That (Soulja Boy)." (Which you might assume had more mainstream appeal than "Make Ya Face Beat Up My Handz" or "Doo Doo Head.")
Of course, it's worth mentioning that this autobiography from eight years ago is markedly different from his current, revised Wikipedia bio, which not only documents all that he's accomplished in his still very young career, it also happens to be written by someone other than Soulja Boy. And isn't being successful enough to not have to write your own Wikipedia page the biggest accomplishment of all?