In 2019, Soulja Boy’s ex Kayla Meyers accused SB of kidnapping and assaulting her over six hours.
Soulja was never charged in the incident. However, her criminal complaint led to a search of his home that uncovered an illegal weapon. That probation violation cost SB about three months in jail.
Then she sued him for the abuse, winning a judgment of $1,800 for “mental health expenses” and another $234,100 for “physical and mental pain and suffering.”
Soulja has yet to pay six months after the ruling.
This week, a judge gave Myers permission to collect her debt from Soulja Boy by seizing property, cash, and belongings from his house in Los Angeles, California.
Soulja Boy isn’t even the first rapper to have his assets seized like this. The Game is going through a similar situation with Priscilla Rainey, who won a $7.1 million abuse lawsuit against Game several years ago has been seizing his property, royalties, and money from his cameo account.