That chauffeur, Kamilah Daily, claims that the rapper sought the transporation services in February 2017, and further says that duties included driving Soulja Boy, his manager and his director around Vegas. Daily was then allegedly recorded on camera without consenting to it. As pointed out by The Blast, Daily can be seen very briefly at the :50 mark below, in a video that sits at roughly 6,500 views 11 months after it was posted:
The amount of money Daily is seeking in damages is currently unspecified. In addition to that, Daily is also seeking an injunction that would prevent Soulja Boy from continuing to run the video.
"I am a private person, so I have kept quiet about this whole legal matter with Soulja Boy," Daily told The Blast. "This video has circulated throughout social media outlets and was requested to be taken down. The video originally was taken down off one of his YouTube accounts but keeps being reposted over and over again. I have driven A-list celebrities and their families and I never had to go through anything like this with them or had problems."
Earlier this month Soulja Boy attempted to have the case dismissed, but that motion was denied by a judge. To further complicate matters, Soulja's attorneys stated in a recent filing that they wish to be dropped from the case, adding that bad communication between he and his legal team have made it difficult for them to give proper legal representation. They say they have not been paid attorney fees and, if they don't, then (obviously) they will no longer represent him.