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Soulja Boy’s new book about his rise to fame, fortune and Kat Stack type b*tches has finally hit the book stores. “Teenage Millionaire” is set to release in conjunction with Soulja Boy’s new album.
“It talks about me making my first million dollars at 17 years old. I talk about how my life changed. It talks about the music industry, everything I learned about the music industry — how I got into the music industry with my mind set, all the ins and outs that I go through. All the chapters break down my beliefs and what steps and methods I took to get in this position. I just go and break [them] down into detail. I just want all my fans to read it when my album drops and have a good read and feel where I’m coming from.”

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Now OZONE Magazine is reporting that Soulja Boy’s camp says the substance was actually baby powder:

A source in Soulja Boy’s camp told OZONE that the white powder seen in Kat Stacks video at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead was not cocaine, but baby powder — allegedly planted by Kat Stacks while Soulja Boy was showering.

Ozone followed up the inside information by weighing the situation from the point of view of both parties involved.

Soulja Boy’s Defense: As soon as the world saw video of Kat Stacks alleging him of being a cokehead, most people instantly believed it was fact. It’s like Kat Stacks is some sort of noble authority figure of truth or something. The fact is, Kat Stacks is conniving and desperate for any kind of validation. She was lingering around the 14:57 mark of her 15 minutes and wanted to extend the best days of her life in any way possible. Furthermore, this video doesn’t make sense; if Soulja Boy was doing coke, why would he leave it lined up on a counter and then go take a shower? Most cokeheads aren’t just going to leave their loose coke unattended and ready, especially around Kat Stacks’ nose. There’s no evidence of any cocaine paraphernalia around the crime scene: no rolled up dollar bills, no razors, nothing. Finally, and most importantly, she has absolutely no video of him even near the supposed “coke.” If it was really cocaine, she could have at least recorded audio of him talking about it or something.

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