Wiz Khalifa criticizes DJs for being ‘horrible’ during live concert in Los Angeles
Wiz Khalifa, an American singer and rapper, reportedly yelled at two DJs in Los Angeles for being “horrible.” At Poppy Nightclub in Los Angeles, the rapper was giving a performance. The concert was meant to be a celebration of Wiz’s sixth studio album, Multiverse, which had been released recently. DJ Mike Danger and MC Tron were the targets of Wiz Khalifa’s wrath because, according to sources, they weren’t playing songs from Wiz Khalifa’s album.
The rapper can be heard saying the following in viral videos:
“B*tch ass n****, if you want to fight, we n**** can do it,” Wiz says at the beginning of the video. “Y’all niggas suck, don’t hug me bitch. You niggas suck, play my new shit, play niggas, play ‘Bad Ass B*tches’. You are all horrible DJs.”
He continued his tirade on stage by adding:
I came here tonight to advocate for you and have a good time, but you know what I’m not going to do? I will not remain silent while these ns act as if this behavior is acceptable. I just released my record today, and I’m a real idiot. Put on my new music, friend; It just came out today.”
The rapper reportedly flew into a rage and grabbed the two people’s caps before throwing them into the audience.
Wiz Khalifa’s New Multiverse Album Is Out Now
Wiz Khalifa’s latest album, Multiverse, was made available to stream earlier this week on all major services, including Spotify. The roughly hour-long disc includes cameos from THEY and Girl Talk. The purpose of releasing the new album, according to Khalifa, was to create something new.
The musician was quoted in Stereogum as saying:
“I just tried to create different moments for myself, whether it’s a happy, uplifting moment like ‘Iced Out Necklace’ or a club moment like ‘Bad Ass Bitches’ or, you know, more serious or moving moments or transitioning into things that lyrically I can pull it off,” the artist said of the album’s formation.
Information about the artist
In cooperation with Warner Bros., Wiz Khalifa released his debut album in 2006 under the name Show and Prove. After parting ways with Warner Bros., Wiz Khalifa released his second album, Deal or No Deal, in 2009. He made Kush and Orange Juice available as a free download in 2010 and signed to Atlantic Records as a result.
In addition to having the Top 40 hits Roll Up and No Sleep in 2011, he also released his third album, Rolling Papers. The musician released ONIFC in 2012, which was supported by the singles Work Hard, Play Hard and Remember You (featuring The Weeknd).
His fifth studio album Blacc Hollywood, featuring the top hit We Dem Boyz, was released in 2014. For the Furious 7 movie soundtrack, the singer premiered the well-known song See You Again with Charlie Puth in March 2015. The song it spent 12 non-consecutive weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Wiz Khalifa’s sixth studio album is titled Multiverse. The album was released by the singer after Rolling Paper 2 in 2018. He collaborated on several albums with Currensy and Juicy J and released popular mixtapes like Fly Times, Vol.1: The Good Fly Young in 2019 and Big Pimpin in 2020.