Soulja Boy Goes to Marriage Boot Camp

Soulja Boy and Nia Riley's relationship is on full display in Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition, and the "Crank That" singer was crystal clear on what made him commit to the show.

“I did this show for my girl, to try to make her happy, to work at our relationship; get it to the best place that we can get it to.”

While the experience might not have been easy, and, at times, painful, Soulja Boy looked to the positive, having no problem with the way Nia let loose on him.

“It helped me as a person. Helped me with my relationship. I just feel like she needed to let those emotions, those feelings out, so I have no problem with her lashing out at me.”

Soulja Boy highlighted the importance of letting his girlfriend vent in maintaining the health of their relationship.

“When you’re in love with somebody, you have to let them do their thing sometimes.”

Soulja Boy's 'Crank That'

10-years after Crank That became an anthem and created an unforgettable dance, Soulja Boy was proud to look back on it as a classic while demonstrating some timeless moves.

You can follow Delaina Dixon at DivaGalsDaily.com and watch Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition Thursday nights on WE tv.

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