Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka has taken his share of heat in the music industry. He feels as though he’s been able to deal with it because he is an adult. He believes people bashing 17 year-old rapper Chief Keef need to fall back because Keef is still a teenager.
During a recent interview, Waka was asked his opinion on Chief Keef. Waka Flocka stated he felt like music fans were trying to make Keef out to be some villain when they should really be cutting the kid a break. The “No Hands” rapper said, “I feel like he’s being more so labeled. He’s a 17-year-old kid. Now, I get to see how people judge me and what I’ve seen and I couldn’t see. Instead of helping a kid, they bash a kid. Adults are supposed to teach, not punish. If you see him doing the wrong things, give him the opportunity to learn instead of bashing him. So I just feel like they overdo it. They make a kid look like a villain.”
I get where Waka is coming from but I think he has it messed up a little. The media and public haven’t tried to make Chief Keef out to be a bad person. Chief Keef has made himself out to be a bad person. Nobody held a gun to his head and told him to act like a sociopath when he heard a rival of his was gunned down. Chief Keef laughed when he heard his rival was killed and Waka is trying to tell us not to villainize this kid? How about Waka go to college and get that Geometry degree he was aiming for before he tries to over exert himself in the thinking department.
Check out the rest of Waka Flocka’s feelings on Chief Keef in the clip below.
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