Soulja Boy’s $400 Million Deal Could Be Partnership With FilmOnTV [PHOTO]
Soulja Boy's $400 million may finally have been revealed. The "Crank That" rapper went on his Instagram today (May 12) to post a picture of himself shaking hands with billionaire Alki David, the CEO of FilmOnTV. Although details of the deal have not been officially confirmed, it appears that a partnership of some kind happened.
“I’m in the fam,” the rapper wrote in the caption along with tagging David, who also shared the news on his Instagram page.
David runs the internet-based streaming service which provides online access to a multitude of TV channels, movies, and more. There also seems to be a record label within the company. Reportedly, that’s the label Chief Keef signed with last Spring.
As we previously reported, Soulja Boy announced via Twitter that he just signed a mysterious $400 million deal. He then proceeded to give a shout out to Beyonce, whom he referred to as the queen using the hashtags “#Lemonade” and “#holdup” in his second tweet. "Hold Up" is one of the songs on Beyonce’s Lemonade album which Soulja received a writer’s credit for.
Soulja left everyone confused by not revealing the exact details of the deal. The 25-year-old rapper had a reported net worth of $25 million, but if this $400 million deal is true, then he's the richest rapper in the game.
Congrats to Soulja Boy!