Because I’m childish sometimes. So what.
I imagine if Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame ever sat down and had a conversation about the news, it would go something like this:
Waka: Bloaw Bloaw.
Gucci: Ugh. Burr. Burr. Its Gucci.
Waka: Waka waka waka waka waka waka waaaaaka
Gucci: Burr Burr print
Waka: pow pow pow
Gucci: East Atlanta
Waka: Yup yup yup yup yup. Baw baw baw. Waka Waka
Gucci: Hey Juaquin. How are you today? Did you read about the 8 year old boy that was stabbed repeatedly at Dave & Buster’s out in New York. This world is crazy.
Waka: What’s up Radrick! Nice to see you. I’m pretty good. No, I didn’t read about that. I’ve been pretty busy in the studio working on my new album. That is crazy though.
Gucci: Yeah, apparently a 23 year old guy came up behind the little boy while he was playing video games and stabbed him five times. You can find more information about it on CNN.com.
Waka: I will definitely read up on that. Maybe we should make our songs less about killing and robbing, in order to propel positivity in the community.
Gucci: Great idea!
Waka: I mean, our fans really look up to us as role models.
Gucci: You’re absolutely right. I’ll meet you at the studio in about an hour.
Waka: Cool. Be safe.
Moral of the story, these guys need education (more so, Waka). They also need to reinforce the importance of education to their young fans (seeing as they have a bazzillion, including myself). Waka disappointed me on 106nPark.