Cousins! Waka Flocka is sharing personal advice to fellow rappers in the music business on how to move once things begin to shift in their lives for the better!
Appearing on Sharon Sharpe‘s ‘ “Club Shay Shay” podcast this week, Waka was asked about his thoughts surrounding beloved #Migos group member TakeOff ‘s tragic death and the horrific trend of rappers falling victim to gun violence.
“I can’t tell you why, and I never want to speak on nobody’s death, but I could tell you this: When God blesses you, you have to change your ways, you have to evolve. You have to.”
He added, “I could just say wrong place, wrong time for these guys.”
Sharon followed up in asking, “So, in other words, once you ascend to a certain level, you gotta leave that alone.” As we previously reported TakeOff fell victim to an argument during a dice game involving Quavo and a group of men that turned deadly.
“Oh yeah, I don’t roll dice,” Waka stated. “With all respect, why would I roll dice with somebody that ain’t in my tax bracket? It’s liable that some s**t could happen.”
Social media users chimed in with their own views surrounding Waka’s statements in saying,” Waka said the realist shit about Takeoff passing.”
And, “This was inspired by Waka basically saying Takeoff shouldn’t have been at that dice game with mfs who wasn’t in his tax bracket. Somebody said blk people should be able to do normal shit without worry. Organized Dice games with poverty gangsters isn’t normal.”
Another social media user tweeted, “I think Wacka is essentially blaming Takeoff for his own mrder. Poor people aren’t what’s klling Black folks it’s way deeper than that and I just don’t think he’s smart enough to figure that out.”