Waka Flocka says he is limiting himself to people in his tax bracket to limit the chances of suffering the same fate as Migos rapper Takeoff. Takeoff died through a silly act of violence when a dice game turned chaotic. When asked to speak about it, Flocka said, “When God blesses you, you have to change your ways.”
And what that means is, when God blesses you, you have to stop hanging out with hoodlums. Flocka seemingly blames Takeoff’s demise on his and Quavo‘s association. According to him, they hung out with people they were not supposed to. The New York-born rapper says he doesn’t do that with his neighborhood people anymore because God has blessed him enough to stop certain associations.
Harsh? No! When it is at the expense of your life, you should do this without hesitation.
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Waka Flocka reacted to the death of Migos rapper Takeoff and thinks sometimes, rappers need to change the way they live.
Shannon Sharpe asked him about the killings of several high profile rappers.
“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. I could just say wrong place, wrong time for these guys,” he said.
Sharpe raised that TakeOff’s death stemmed from a dice game involving Quavo and asked whether rappers should leave certain activities alone when they make it big. Waka says that at this point in his career, he does not roll dice.
“Oh yeah, I don’t roll dice. With all respect, why would I roll dice with somebody that ain’t in my tax bracket? It’s liable that some sh-t could happen.”
Waka says that while he has returned to the hood, he’s never done it because he had something to prove.
Sorry, Flocka’s hood peeps, dangerous times deserve radical measures, it is not personal. Flocka is richer and since y’all decided not to cherish lives, he is not gonna come near you folks, before someone slays him mistakenly.