Waka Flocka had some things on his mind and this morning (July 20) decided to take a minute out of his day to get some of those thoughts off his chest.
Perhaps triggered by rappers taking a stand and placing their focus on their activism instead of their music in light of current events, Waka went on to share that he thinks rappers are confused these days.
In a video on Instagram, he lists different reasons why he thinks rappers don’t really know what they are talking about, and in the process, takes a subliminal shot at The Game.
During his Instagram rant, Waka references a selfie The Game posted back in October of 2015 that low-key broke the internet, hinting at his opinion that he feels rappers are hypocritical with what they say and what they do.
The Game recently has been very active in organizing in support of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. But according to Waka’s vague rant, he’s not really buying that Game's best suited to lead the movement given some of his past antics as a rapper. He also goes on to say part of why he personally has been sitting back in light of the recent protests is because he doesn't know all of the answers and doesn't want to front like he does.
“S**t be funny to me, man,” the rapper says. “People be like, 'Waka why you ain’t standin’ up saying’ this. These rap n****s is funny. One minute they shoot themselves… then they f**kin’ garbage men.. revolutionary men.. now they gangsta rappers. They f**kin’ models on Instagram showing their bodies and d**k prints. These n****s are confused.”
He then goes on to say that he’s not going to lead people “in a f**ked up direction” and that we “know what we gotta do.”
Before signing off the video with a promise he’s keeping it 100, the rapper also talked about how the only people who don’t want to see him and his ex doing well are lonely.
He also added a few more thoughts in another video clip captioned, “Just not for the lame s**t. I/We want action and truth!!!”
Take a look at his morning rant below.
(Photos from left: Araya Diaz/Getty Images for BET, Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
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