Soulja Boy Buys Bitcoin and Reveals Altcoin Funds to 5 Million Followers

Bob Coiney

January 25, 2021

Soulja Boy, who is a famous rapper, has bought Bitcoin and revealed to his 5 million followers about altcoin funds. Additionally, he also tried purchasing XRP without success. 

A news post on dailyhodl claimed Soulja Boy, who is a famous rapper, is now planning to get hitched with cryptocurrency. Boy had bought bitcoin, tried purchasing XRP, and has also revealed to his 5 million followers that he has altcoins. 

Boy tweeted to his 5 million followers about how he can successfully purchase XRP. His tweet became a piece of instant news on the internet, with his followers saying that Ripple is now embroiled in a legal action from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) accusing the San Francisco company of the XRP in the form of illegal security.

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Last month in December 2020, Soulja Boy confirmed his love for Dogecoin (DOGE). He had tweeted followers saying the Dogecoin Army is going down, man. He felt that it is the future for the crypto market. 

Coming to altcoins, Soulja Boy said that he now owns Binance Coin (BNB), Tron (TRX), DigiByte (DGB), ZelaaPayAE (ZPAE), Klever (KLV), and Firdaos (FDO). Soulja Boy had bought bitcoin, but he also is interested in other cryptocurrencies that can make him good money.

Soulja Boy is not the only artist to be excited about cryptocurrency or bitcoin. Several musicians, artists, and even athletes have expressed their desire to get paid in cryptocurrency. Last year saw Russell Okung of the Carolina Panthers wanting his half salary paid in cryptocurrency. 

Through his social media platform Twitter, Russell Okung claimed that he was indeed going to be paid half of his season’s amount through bitcoin. This could not trigger a massive storm among other athletes in the US and other countries. 

In the entertainment sector, too, many artists are trying their hands in massive investments in cryptocurrency like Soulja Boy. The rapper is generating more interest among his 5 million fans, which might give the bitcoin a try in the future, including XRP.