“Whip My Hair” Songwriter Ronald Jackson Fires Back At Soulja Boy

Robbie Daw | January 5, 2011 8:51 am

Following Soulja Boy’s eyebrow-raising claim that he wrote Willow Smith’s hit “Whip My Hair”, one of the song’s real writers, Ronald “Jukebox” Jackson—who’s in the fold of Rodney Jerkins’ Darkchild Records imprint—has taken aim at the “Pretty Boy Swag” rapper’s boastful assertion. Listen to Jukebox’s new response rap over the “Whip My Hair” track below—well, unless you’re the daughter of Will Smith. Because the language used is kind of NSFW (Not Safe For Willow). Key line: “Now all these execs sayin’ they wanna whip my hair / Soulja said he ghostwrote it ’cause that’s right, he wasn’t there.” Also, stick around till the very end when Jukebox spits out “invisible boy swag.”

In the description for this clip on YouTube, Jukebox wrote, “Just having some fun. i get what soulja was tryin 2 say, but ehh…”

Couldn’t have said it better ourselves.