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U.S. Troop Releases Soulja Boy Diss Song

We’re not quite sure what Soulja Boy was thinking when he said the line, “Fawk the FBI and Fawk all the army troops,” in his latest rap video, but then again, we’re never quite sure what Soulja Boy is thinking.

The controversy lyrics in the Soulja Boy song called “Lets Be Real” has quickly caused a stir amongst many U.S. troops, who aren’t pleased with the rappers diss towards the army.

Watch Soulja Boy’s “Let Be Real” video below:

The irony of a rapper that goes by the name “Soulja Boy” dissing real soldiers has the army troopers up in arms.

According to TMZ, army veteran Fred A. Flores is demanding an apology from the 21-year-old rapper:

TMZ spoke with Fred A. Flores — a retired Marine who is now a commissioner for the L.A. County Veteran’s Advisory Commission. Flores tells us, “It’s a very offensive statement … especially with the 10th anniversary of 9/11 coming up.”

Flores — who has two children currently serving in the military — calls Soulja “Ungrateful” … adding, “He should apologize to ALL armed forces.”

“[The rap] is very irresponsible,” Flores stated … “especially for a person who is an entertainer for the youth of our country.”

While Flores waits for an apology, combat veteran and aspiring rapper Sgt. Leo Dunson decided to respond to Soulja Boy through a rap song, telling the “Crank Dat” rapper to change his moniker. Listen below:

That guy sounds pissed…

Soulja Boy has yet to comment on the song or the backlash, but he might want to get that apology out ASAP.

U.S. troops are the last ones you want to go to war with.