Taylor Gang head honcho said, "That's a wack excuse" T-Raww gave for leaving the Under the Influence of Music gig.
The way that Tyga jumped off the Under the Influence of Music Tour isn't sitting well with Wiz Khalifa. Earlier this month T-Raww abruptly pulled out of the jaunt to focus on his album and a movie commitment. Although he tweeted the announcement, Tyga didn't bother to call Khalifa personally.
"He didn't tell me at all, his people were like, 'Nah, we ain't gon' be on the tour.'" Khalifa told Philadelphia's Power 99. "He said he was filming a movie and finishing up his album but that's a wack excuse. He's still cool, I'll [still] talk to him. I'm sure he'll probably hear interviews of me saying that I thought it was wack and stuff like that and he didn't reach out."
They're still friends but haven't spoken yet, and Khalifa suspects that Tyga isn't telling the whole truth about being too busy for the tour. "I'm the type of person, like, I talk to people when I want to. He know what it is with me –– we cool, that's the homie and that was just a wack move but you know we cool," he reiterated. "I felt like [him not personally reaching out to me] was just corny man. We're better than that, 'cause at the end of the day you're going to say 'album and a movie' just to sound like you got something to do. I did my album before my tour and I'm shooting a movie as soon as I get home off of tour and I got a son too, so it's like at the end of the day, what do you want to do with your life?"
Either Tyga hasn't heard the Taylor Gang front man's interview, or he's unfazed. The 24-year-old hasn't publicly responded to the comments, he's mostly been tweeting out links promoting his Last Kings clothing line and new single, "Bend Ova," with Lil Jon. He also got a little partying in over the weekend, with Kim Kardashian's younger sisters, Chris Brown, and Trey Songz.
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