Soulja Boy Cashes Out On The Superbowl

Soulja Boy Cashes Out On The Superbowl
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The Baltimore Ravens weren’t the only winners last night… Soulja Boy came up big time on a $200k Super Bowl bet … and the rapper says he already knows what he’s going to do with his winnings!

Soulja Boy was hanging out with Sean Kingston in L.A. last night after the Superbowl …and explained to the people at TMZ why he felt so confident bettin’ on the Ravens.

So what’s Soulja going to do with his winnings? Check out the video below to find out!

 

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

via TMZ

Photo Credit: Michael Bezjian/WireImage

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