Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap backstage at Revolution Live where Waka discusses his faith in God, what he'd like to see Obama work on, Chief Keef and Atlanta's up and coming stars Alley Boy and Trouble.
This was a chill interviewGod's son Knight
peter "legtouch" baileyDr.Banana
That barber fucked up his hairline,he sucks.Orange n Blue NY stayz True
Waka is so much more intelligent that his lyrics suggestGoranKeoki
Nigga reminded me of the dbz narrator wit da intro lolBryan Medina
If I can say it instead of physicaly doing it, I haven't committed a crime. Thats one of the wisest ways of explaining this music that ive heard, and for that I fux wit Waka.YellaBandanna
Damn I wanna shape up in the middle of a interviewFirst48Pro.
Dude waka high af lolRobin DaBank
Barber @ 8:46 messed his already bad hair line up even more and got ghost...lolLight'em Up E
why the fuck they get barbered while an interview ? lol wtfyoyoyo7024
Lmaoo I'm dying how you gonna line someone up during an interview lolJohn Manzano
@Sean Dafny hell yeah bro, I am an Anime junkie. The fact that you recognized it is even more impressive! Word up #Salute BackBlack101Warri0r
Diggin' the show concept. Luv the NiteCap logo introDigThat32
waka looking like nigga stop fuckin touching me..it aint that type of partyjay wilkerson
wtf did he do??? His lineing still fucked up.Sean Dafny
nigga I Salute the fuck out you how u gone be on a Waka video and you got the nigga Yusuke Urameshi as yo profile pic? Not only its Yusuke its demon version that mean you DEEP into the anime shit. #Salute bruh #Squad thats cool as hell.Sean Dafny
touching waka way too much...lawson chamblee
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