Drama: Soulja Boy Tries to Come for K. Michelle’s ‘Hot Pocket’ on Twitter, K. Michelle Puts Soulja Boy On Blast [Photos + Video]

It looks as though Soulja Boy needed to make sure he got people really talking about him again since he’s now on  Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood, because for whatever reason he chose last night to blast K. Michelle on Twitter.

Technically, it all started when K. Michelle appeared on The Breakfast Club last week. She was asked whether or not she had ever slept with Soulja Boy.

She replied with:

Soulja Boy didn’t take too kindly to K.’s dismissal, so he got on Twitter and proceeded with the following (read from the bottom up):

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You know K. Michelle wasn’t going to let that slide. She clapped back with the following:

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…and just when we thought it was over, K. dropped this:

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Goodnight folks.

UPDATE: They are STILL going at it…

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