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Soulja Boy “arrested for probation violation” after police search his home

Rapper is due to appear in court later today (March 15)

Soulja Boy has reportedly been arrested for violating his probation after police searched his home.

Ammunition was allegedly found at the rapper’s California home, when they executed a search warrant last month according to TMZ. Soulja Boy – real name DeAndre Cortez Way – is apparently being held at the Van Nuys prison and will appear in court later today (March 15).

Soulja Boy’s probation violation stems from a December 2014 conviction for carrying a loaded firearm in public.

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He was sentenced to 24 months of probation, which he was arrested for violating in December 2016 after police said they found a gun in his home.

The next month, Soulja Boy was charged with two felonies and one misdemeanor stemming from the arrest. In March 2017, he was convicted on one of the felonies and given five years of probation.

Now, that has allegedly been broken following the new police search.

Meanwhile, Soulja Boy recently accused Drake of ripping him off, claiming that he taught him “everything he knows”.

After Soulja boy was told that Drake is “the biggest rapper in the world” on The Breakfast Club, he got up from his chair and vented his frustrations over the airwaves. “Draaake?” he said in disbelief. “The n**** that got bodied by Pusha T?

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“Drake?! Y’all n****s better stop playing with me in here. Y’all talking about the light-skinned n**** from [Degrassi]?”

Soulja Boy was also involved in a “very bad” car crash recently after getting caught up in flash floods and mudslides in Malibu. “My car got stuck too almost went into the ocean,” he told his Twitter followers of his accident.

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