Willow Smith Songwriter Disses Soulja Boy For Writing Claims
Ronald "Jukebox" Jackson, one of the writers of Willow Smith's hit song "Whip My Hair," has released a track addressing Soulja Boy's claims that he wrote the track for the 10-year-old Roc Nation signee.
"YES ITS TRUE I WROTE 'WHIP MY HAIR' FOR WILLOW SMITH," Soulja Boy tweeted a couple of days after reports that he got songwriting credit on the song hit the net. "THAT'S WHY SHE SAYS HOP OUT THE BED TURN MY SWAG ON. WE GETTING $$$ 2011 NO GAMES."
But it appears Jukebox, one of the actual writers on the song, isn't too happy with his claim. He tweeted back, "Soulja wrote whip my hair??..and waka flaka wrote 'thriller' right? lol," followed by "My house must be POPPIN! cuz i had NO IDEA soulja was in my house when I did that song! #invisibleswag??"
Apparently, Soulja Boy got songwriting credit simply because of the use of the line "Hopped up out the bed, turn my swag on" at the beginning of "Whip My Hair," which is originally from Soulja Boy's "Turn My Swag On" song, but not because he wrote the track.
To further set the record straight, Jukebox released a diss track. Check it out below:
Audio: Jukebox disses Soulja Boy
Sidenote: In related Roc Nation news, Cher Lloyd, the dope X-Factor finalist that was rumored to have signed to the house that Hov built, has NOT been signed by the Roc. Womp womp.