Though Wiz Khalifa has yet to respond to disparaging remarks made by fellow up-and-comer Waka Flocka Flame, his play-play uncle and collaborator Snoop Dogg is coming to his defense.
In an interview with Big Boy on his Neighborhood morning show, Snoop said he'd be glad to mediate the situation with Waka, who last month said Wiz had "no swag" and "hyped" his way to the top.
"I'ma holla at Waka Flocka. That's where big Uncle Snoop come in at," he said. "We ain't about that negativity and none of that beef. We too old for that."
Snoop suggested that a better way for the Brick Squad rapper to handle things would have been to go to Wiz directly, as opposed to through the media.
"I'ma snatch him up by the collar and say, 'Look here, partna. You got somethin' to say to Wiz, get at him personally.' We peaceful. We on nothing but peace right now," he remarked.
The West Coast icon and Khalifa recently released a collaborative album called Mac and Devin Go To High School, which is supposed to serve as the soundtrack to a film of the same name. That film, also starring Snoop and Wiz, does not currently have a release date, but duo has been on tour promoting the project.
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