Wiz Khalifa went off on two DJs at a recent show for allegedly messing up the music on his set.
On Friday (July 29), Wiz had an album release event for his new Multiverse LP at Poppy nightclub in Los Angeles. However, video has surfaced from the celebratory shindig that shows Wiz Khalifa going off on two DJs.
"Btich-ass nigga, if you want to fight we can do it," Wiz can be heard telling the man standing behind the laptop onstage while surrounded by concertgoers.
"Y'all niggas suck. Don't hug me, bitch," Wiz reacts after the record spinner tries to quell the situation by hugging the rapper. "Play my new shit, nigga. Play it. Play 'Bad Ass Bitches.'"
"Y'all are horrible DJs," Wiz continues. "I came here tonight, to hope for y'all to have a good-ass time, a great-ass time. But you know what I'm not gonna do? I'm not gonna let these ho-ass niggas think this shit is acceptable. I'm a real-ass nigga, dawg. My album just came out today. Play my new shit, dawg."
Wiz ends up pushing the guy and appearing to finish without him. According to some sources, the subjects of Wiz's ire were DJ Mike Danger and MC Tron. It is unclear what set Wiz off.
Check out the video below.
Since then, the video has gone viral and caught the attention of fans and other Dj's alike such as Longtime Oakland-based DJ Platurn who had a few words for Wiz Khalifa, tweeting, “Wiz Khalifa sucks as a rapper and clearly he’s an even shittier person…this situation is clear insight into what DJing has turned into in modern times…anyone that doesn’t protect their talent when they’re being accosted is a bullshit fuckin’ venue…those DJs should have left.”
Legendary Dj Kid Capri also gave his opinion, jumping on his Instagram and said "When I met you, you was a cool dude, man. That’s why I’m a little surprised why you would disrespect those DJs like that," said Kid Capri. "Those kids is young dudes, probably, you know, scared and nervous that they playing for you, happy that they’re playing for you."
He said that Wiz's decision to "stand up there and disrespect them like that, man, that was just crazy." Kid Capri added that the disrespect Wiz exhibited ultimately "minimizes what the DJ is" within hip hop.
"I don’t know if you was lit or drunk, or whatever the case may be, but if that was me and you spoke to me like that, I’d have swung on you right away. Immediately," he said. "And we would have dealt with it however we’d have to deal with afterwards. But I wouldn’t have went for that."
Check out he reactions below. Do you agree with Kid Capri or do you feel Wiz Khalifa was out of pocket?