As expected, there's more than one reference to Soulja Boy here. Before going in over the beat and shouting out Blueface, Tyga jokingly says his own name in the recent Breakfast Club meme stylings of Soulja. From there, Tyga dubs himself the GOAT and insists we all stop calling his current wave a comeback. At one point, he asks "Where Soulja at?" Catch the full two-minute clip up top via Power 106.
"Thotiana" has also recently been given some interpretative reworks by way of Cardi B, Young M.A, Desiigner, YG, Nicki Minaj, and more. In an interview with XXL just last month, Blueface predicted continued success for "Thotiana" and the rest of his catalog. "It's really just me, my brain power, my promotion and marketing," he said. "My music is not like everybody gonna love it, it's really what I make of it. "
Last week, Blueface was criticized for mocking a transgender woman on Instagram.
Meanwhile on the Tyga wave, the "Taste" maker has been busy continuing to drop new music and videos after a prolific 2018. Most recently, he co-directed the video for his G-Eazy and Rich the Kid collab "Girls Have Fun" with Arrad, and helped Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke begin a new chapter.
Over the weekend, Tyga was escorted from a Floyd Mayweather party in Hollywood. Though the circumstances of his removal aren't exactly clear, a statement from Mayweather's team and party organizers placed the blame elsewhere.