Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is tired of the narrative that Hip Hop is dangerous and hopped on social media to air his frustrations over the false narrative.
"Please stop saying rap is dangerous," he vented. "Y'all n*ggas is falling into the trap. Because if Hip Hop is dangerous, they're gonna stop booking shows … stop making Hip Hop popular. What are y'all doing, bro? Hip Hop ain't dangerous … Hip Hop is beautiful, bro. To be a gangbanger in rap is dangerous. To be a drug dealer in rap is dangerous. To be anything that's negative is dangerous," he said.
"What the f*ck y'all talkin' bout, bro? Stop saying Hip Hop is dangerous. Y'all folks really about to cut your f*ckin' hustle out. Fool ass n*ggas, man. Y'all need to stop saying that sh*t. On god, bro."
His response comes after rapper Jim Jones' debate with a Marine veteran made headlines.