Metro Boomin’s Sister Criticizes Him For Targeting Drake

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 30: Metro Boomin attends as Audemars Piguet Hosts After Party with Cactus Jack to Celebrate Latest Collaboration on November 30, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for Audemars Piguete)

Metro Boomin’s sister has raised eyebrows with her recent online comments, questioning why her brother didn’t retaliate against Soulja Boy despite being accused of “sacrificing” their mother. One particular clip has garnered significant attention from fans, where she criticizes Metro Boomin for his responses to feuds with Drake and Soulja Boy.

In her view, Drake’s “Make some drums” jab was far less serious than Soulja Boy’s rant. She highlights that while Metro Boomin created an entire “diss beat” in response to Drake, he remained silent towards Soulja Boy. This all began when Soulja Boy discovered an old Tweet written by Metro Boomin in 2012 and demanded its deletion on social media. “F*ck is you talking about Metro Groomin?” Soulja Boy lashed out, also making a disturbing accusation, “You sacrificed your own mom @MetroBoomin you a puppet.” He added, “All the streams, sales, money, and fame not gone bring your mom back @MetroBoomin was it worth it?”

Even 21 Savage got dragged into the fray, facing Soulja Boy’s wrath. Despite these harsh and personal attacks, Metro Boomin chose not to respond, which his sister finds perplexing. She wonders why such a severe insult didn’t provoke a reaction from him. “This n***a get so out of his body and bothered about what [Drake] said that he goes out of his way to respond with a song,” she expressed.This n**a Soulja Boy said he sacrificed our mama and what this btch say? Not a motherfcking thing… So that’s something that you’re allowing people to think about you… And I’m the crzy one?”

Her comments reflect her frustration and confusion over Metro Boomin’s selective responses to these public feuds, raising questions about his priorities and sensitivities regarding family and public image.