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13 comments to “Whip My Hair's ACTUAL Songwriter Responds To Soulja Boy!”



  1. 1

    GEE, THIS ASSHOLE SOUNDS MORE IMMATURE THAN SOULJA BOY… WHY IS SPELL CHECK AND PROPER GRAMMAR NEVER PART OF THEIR SO-CALLED "WRITING". OH YEA, WHO KNEW GRADUATING FROM A QUALIFIED COLLEGE FITS INTO THEIR EUDCATIONAL LIFE. NEXT…



  2. 2

    The song is shit no matter who wrote it. Even a 5 years old could of write it.



  3. 3

    Why would anyone admit to writing this piece of crap song?!



  4. 4

    Well I was gonna say that they shouldn't be getting all excited over who wrote this piece of crap song but I see it's been said.

    And Willow is a little pretentious annoying Scientologist weirdo Smith kid.
    She also can't whip her real hair in any form or fashion and needs to wear fake hair to do so.



  5. 5

    hahahahahaha i liked that #invisibleswag part. but this guy sounds like he's just as stupid as soulja boy is…



  6. 6

    WILLOW SMIFF IS AN UNTALENTED LITTLE NEGRESS WHO CANT EVEN MAKE UP HER OWN SCHITT



  7. 7

    Both HUGE Douchebags. All of them mentioned in this post actually. Anyone that is fighting over who wrote that piece of shit song is a loser.



  8. 8

    i dont give a fuk who wrote it, its irritating caca…..i wish u didnt write it



  9. 9

    Why would anyone want credit for writing such a God awful song?



  10. 10

    like the song or not it did exactly what it was supposed to do and the fact that it's still being brought up only helps Willow…



  11. 11

    It's a terrible song they should be fighting over who didn't write it.



  12. 12

    The writer needs to stop acting all cocky and shit. Yeah it was a hit, but the song is retarded, especially lyrically. My 4 year old cousin can write that, I can write that song in 5 minutes. It's not something I'd be bragging about because the song is shit. Dude needs to get over himself.



  13. 13

    Will and Jada should be ashamed for pimping out their daughter for this awful attitude filled song. I teach at an urban middle school, the last thing that young african american girls need is another attitude filled role model.