Soulja Boy Says Twitter Feud With WWE's Randy Orton 'Wasn’t Nothing Too Serious'

The two really got into it on Twitter...

Rapper Soulja Boy has opened up on how his recent Twitter feud with WWE's Randy Orton got started and said, while he wouldn't take back any of the things he said, it wasn't a serious argument. 

Soulja Boy risked the wrath of professional wrestlers across the world by tweeting about rap 'being faker than WWE'back in March, prompting a host of WWE superstars to take exception with the comments.

Orton in particular was unhappy with the rapper's remarks, inviting him to step up to 'The Viper'. 

On the argument, Soulja Boy told HOT 97’s Ebro in the Morning: "OK, so one day, I was in the studio making some music and stuff, and I tweeted about ‘the rap game is faker than wrestling.’ And you know, he [Orton] got mad. 

"I don't know, he went off paragraph. ‘You know, if you think it’s fake, come show me! You know, come see for yourself,’ and stuff like that. And we went back and forth, but it wasn’t nothing too serious. I was like, ‘OK. This is entertainment. It’s a wrestler.’

"Let me say something! You win, you lose, but you live to fight another day! You know what I’m saying? Nah, man. It’s like, you know, I said what I said about the WWE. He has a right to speak on how he feels, so I can’t knock him for that, but at the same time, I’m gonna defend myself. Y’know what I’m saying?

"So, it’s like, people know I like the WWE. Like people know back in the day, with Stone Cold and The Rock and stuff like that, but at the end of the day, I said what I said. I’m not gonna take it back."

H/T EWrestlingNews

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