Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap with the Brick Squad Monopoly frontman inside Miami's Circle House studios where the two discuss Waka Flocka's falling in love, homosexuality and drug use on TV as well as if Dr. King would accept his music.
waka has a right to his opinion. and he shouldnt. have to be labled 'homophobic' for stating what he said or how he feels. its true what he said .i agree with what he said ..bruce jenner was awarded women of the year ?tf ?why because he transformed into a women. when theres true heroric women doing something for this world we live in..waka getting bashed for stating his opinion alot of people feel the way he does he aint the only one. . . gays are now being praised for coming out the closet and they get labeled as 'brave' ..this is the devil playing tricks on people dont he made you man be a man made you a woman be a woman. i have a son and no im not gonna raise my son to be a homophobic but i aint raising him to be scared of speaking his mind and i dont want my son growing up confused asking me why are twp men kissing or why are 2 girls kissing or why is that man dressed as a woman and im gonna be honest wit him.are children are growing uo in a era where gays and transgenders are labeled. as 'heros' . i respect waka on this level because he stating facts .he stating his opinion. and everyone is labeling him 'homophobic' the devil is a lier and he will play tricks on you everyday GOD puts us through a test. and this world we live in now is hell .so be careful the devil is among us but always remember GOD is greater.👍✌BRE GONE. 003
The interviewer is trying to be so deep and philosophical. Maaan stop dat!Evert Nilsson
real talk if hollywood was to ever make a movie about a blk jesus waka should play the leading roleAlton Finklea
Lmao yow these gay people getting in their feelings. I am rolling agree to disagree and keep it movingVybz Chris
don't y'all remember the times when the ONLY addicts you saw were drunk?ILLiteSociety
THE TV, THE TELL LIES TO VISION, THE TELEVISION , IS 100 TIMES WORST ... HE IS SPEAKING TRUTH ... MAY THE MOST HIGH PROTECT HIM, BECAUSE THEY WILL BE COMING FOR HIM SOON AS HE GOES AGAINST THE GRAIN...SouFLoTV
SO i was 19yrs old beating down a 49 yrs old white chick in London England .. lol while her grown kids that were my age slept in the other room, to hear him speak on it is bunkers,,, LIFE IS CRAZY, THE CIRCLE OF LIFE AND WHERE IT TAKES US AND WHAT IT TEACHES US , IS CRAZY .... i have so much to teach .. #SOUFLOTVSouFLoTV
SHOUT OUT PETER , im from that cirlcle, ;;;; and one day we will all see, remember the name SOUFLOTVSouFLoTV
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he said you can't blame the magicians lmao I'm doneeli stevenson
WOW, he was contradicting himself. First he said you have to blame the parents and not the music. Then he started saying what is on TV nowadays is the blamejaib2minister
he cuteJo seph
I was your 10,000th subscriber hahahJarar Hussain
So this entire interview was all a big setup where Waka finishes with, yea I will continue to make music that may be very well detrimental to the black community. At least hes going to pray for em?Drew Point OH
for the retards that cant understand he's point. he is in no way blaming TV for homosexuality. he is saying that the extreme exposure TV has on young minds on sexual behaviors and drug use, causes confusion for these children who are still in a sensitive psychological process. its not saying it directly causes homosexuality....and u would be stupid to believe thats what he meant. its an influence on behavior.....thats all.Adrian Galindo
I can relate to homie in a couple of ways and he's definitely maturing which is always good instead of staying in the negative mind state.Poohloc606
Tv is to blamekenneth sandy
his comment about gay people on tv makes him sound ignorant.alesswalker
Ive always said his music is dumb as hell but i can't front he spoke some real ass shit in here. Dude earned my respect todayTheWillEasley
is it me or does peter look like hopsinWestCoastRedskin
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