Waka Flocka shared a few thoughts about rappers going into politics yesterday, and what he had to say didn’t sit well with The Game, who kind of fits Waka’s hilarious description of gangster, revolutionary, model rappers flawlessly.
Here’s Waka’s take on why artists shouldn’t lead the Black Lives Matter movement:
“Shit be funny to me. People be like ‘Waka, why you not standing up and saying this?’ Because rap n*ggas is funny to me. One minute they shoe salesmen, they fucking garbage men, revolutionary men, now they gangster rappers. They fucking models on Instagram, showing their bodies and dick prints. These n*ggas is confused. I can’t talk about nothing I don’t fully understand. I’m not going to lead people to a fucked up direction and make people go a certain way.”
The Game loves to participate in Eggplant Fridays and isn’t shy about showing off his print on Instagram. With the mounting issue of police brutality, especially against Black men, Game’s taken a break from getting his sexy on to figure out how to effect change in the justice system. So you can see why he took Waka’s post personally.
Not one to hold his tongue, he addressed Waka by taking aim at his on-again, off-again relationship with Tammy Rivera before warning him to “tread lightly.”
To whom it may concern: mi nah ramp wid di bumboclatt rap bwoy dem, 'specially wid a waste man dat wear dry up counterfeit locks & hav big lip like a one gyals swell up pomms dat di catch a herpes. But be'cuz mi juss a feel well & blessed today, mi a guh share some words of wisdom … Stop catch up wid di bad mind people dem, take heed & recognize when Jah bless yuh wid a good 'ooman (Tammy). Swallow yuh pride and use all di goodness life has blessed you with to go and catch her back! Be'cuz truss when mi seh! Yuh nah whan di bad man tingz. My Yute, yuh nah whan dis yah… Back to da positive vibrations, may Jah Bless yuh on your journey. Man dem fi seh, BLACK LIVES MATTER!!!! Yah Dun Know!
The “Workin’” star has since responded in another Instagram post directed at The Game. He makes it clear he wasn’t talking about the “100” rapper specifically, and even jokes about his own nude shoots.
Waka also wants Game to know that they can war, but he’d rather keep it positive. Watch below:
This is one hilarious argument. Check out Game’s thirst trapping ways below.
PHOTO & VIDEO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram