Waka Flocka Flame discusses his career and his perspective on the death of Takeoff and the YSL criminal case on Shannon Sharpe's podcast.
Young Thug Offers Kanye West His 100 Acres Plot For Atlanta Yeezy Store Launch We see Gunna is gonna get released, he pled to racketeering, gang charges. People say he snitched, Sharpe began. That led Waka to shrug his shoulders and respond, I dont know. Sharpe said, but you know the feds to which the Flockaveli rapper said, I know of em. He continued to talk about Young Thug and Gunna: God bless their situation, man. I hope they learn from it. I hope theyll be bigger and better people for it. The talk soon pivoted at the 35-minute mark to Sharpe asking Waka Flocka Flame about the rise in rap-related murders within the past few years. He mentioned several artists before mentioning Takeoff, the beloved member of the Migos group who was shot and killed outside of a bowling alley in downtown Houston, Texas last November. I cant tell you why, and I never want to speak on nobodys death, but I could tell you this: when God blesses you, you have to change your ways, you have to evolve you have to, Flocka stated. I could just say wrong place, wrong time for these guys. Sharpe swiftly responded, So, in other words, once you ascend to a certain level, you gotta leave that alone, referencing the argument over the dice game Quavo was involved in which led to the shooting that claimed Takeoffs life. Oh yeah, I dont roll dice, Waka stated. With all respect, why would I roll dice with somebody that aint in my tax bracket? Its liable that some shit could happen. Check out the entire interview below.