Cops Called to Waka Flocka Flame Video Shoot Over Heavy N-Word Use

Cops Called to Waka Flocka Flame Video Shoot Over Heavy N-Word Use

Neighbors were complaining.

Published August 21, 2015

The neighbors near Waka Flocka Flames "Workin'" video shoot Thursday night didn’t want to hear the n-word and other lyrics blasting through their Georgia hood.

Cops were called to the set to tell the rapper to tone it down a bit. Neighbors were complaining about the loud music and bad language.  

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Waka had the proper permits, and no one was arrested. He should’ve known that the music would cause a ruckus though. Some of the lyrics include “Where the youngins’ go crazy, shooting cops my n***a” and “Kill a family member shawty, El Chapo n***a.”

That's not exactly family friendly.   

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Written by Latifah Muhammad

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