Yesterday news broke that Soulja Boy, who hasn't had a hit song on pop radio in 11 years, came out with his new line of watches. That's find and dandy but one of my friends pointed out to me that he's also selling video game systems. Not just any video game system, but bootleg systems full of pirated games.

He has two gaming systems up for grabs right now. A portable one and one you hook up to your TV. Both are easily found via Chinese distribution websites for cheap. They're also both preloaded with a bunch of games which isn't licensed by those companies including Nintendo. It's a big no-no.

To compare, Souja Boy is selling his portable game system for $99.99 (on sale from 199.99) while you can order one, shipped to your door, from the company TomTop for $49.99.

The Xbox One-looking game system which features a ton of games for NES, SNES, Genesis and even some arcade games he has for $149.99 while you can, instead, grab one for $72.09 from BangGood.com.

Still, I think these were secondary compared to his watches or even headphones you can also purchase through his website but thought I'd bring it to your attention in case it seemed too good to be true. They're not. They're also made very cheaply and break easily. I'd avoid all together.