Continuing his ‘comeback,’ Soulja Boy parties hard in a Miami club

Soulja Boy is still celebrating  his so called “comeback” in — where else? — Miami.

The rapper born DeAndre Cortez Way hasn’t had a true  hit since 2007’s “Crank That,” but he’s still  living large.  His  video for “New Drip” in which he flaunts his wealth with cars and jewelry dropped Friday and has only about 10,000 views.

Spies said he ordered 100 bottles of Luc Belaire champagne at Exchange Nightclub in Miami Saturday night.

The Chicago native is obviously very proud of his accomplishments, telling radio show The Breakfast Club last week that he taught Drake “everything he knows.”

In the interview, Soulja Boy also defended his legacy against Tyga, Meek Mill, Famous Dex and a variety of other hip hop superstars.

“Stop playing with me like I ain’t teach,” said the entertainer who also goes by the nickname Young Draco. “The proof is in the pudding.”

His way of drawing out the name “Drakeeeee” inspired tons of memes for days. His braggadocious on air chat has already been viewed over 11 million times.

“I been doing this YouTube, I was the first artist on social media. I was the first artist on YouTube. The record labels set their blueprint behind me,” the 28 year old said. “I’m the reason these artists get signed…When I first came out they said hip hop was dead.”

How do we know his comeback is solid? Drake began following him on Instagram.

Spies added that Soulja was at the South Beach club with DJ Clue, with whom he had  been recently spotted at a NYC recording studio. Could we be hearing even more new music from this artist?

Last weekends Festivities with @souljaboy @djclue @exchangegirls #souljaboy #exchangemiami #insta #trippy Join us this weekend for more, from Miami’s newest #hotspot #viral #souljaboy

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Video shows the artist (in his signature Gucci headband and dripping in bling) at the club smoking something, starting at his phone and moving to the music.

We can’t wait until he’s completely relevant again,  if only for the memes.