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Didn’t think anyone could be more confident than Kanye West, but Troy Ave has surpassed the boisterous Chicagoan tenfold.

And if you’re anyone who knows anything about music, Troy Ave’s portfolio can’t hold a candle to Yeezy’s collection. So why does he talk so much sh*t? Well, that’s still up for debate.

The Brooklyn rapper found himself a top trending topic on Twitter when Nielsen Soundscan released the sales to his Major Without A Deal album. According to Soundscan, Troy Ave moved 4,373 copies of Major Without A Deal, including 30 – yes, 30 – physical copies.

Pretty terrible numbers for most artists, but for an indie artist, the numbers aren’t that bad (we guess). Now, to Troy’s defense, these weren’t the full week’s numbers, due to the “Doo Doo” rapper’s decision to release his album on a Friday, instead of the industry standard Tuesday.

Troy Ave stopped by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to discuss his dismal album sales, and well, the interview is 40 minutes of crazy.

From comparing himself to Jackie Robinson and Malcolm X, to equating criticism to slavery, Troy Ave may be the most delusional rapper of all time. At this point, the only person more full of sh*t than Troy Ave is the “transracial” fraud Rachel Dolezal.

Currently, Major Without A Deal (released June 5th) isn’t even in the top 100 albums on the iTunes charts and number 109 on the Billboard 200. To put things in perspective, Drake’s 2013 album Nothing Was The Same is sitting at 103 on the Billboard 200 and Beyonce’s 2013 self-titled album is sitting at 109.

Check out the 10 most outrageous things Troy Ave claimed during his interview with The Breakfast Club in the gallery below.


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