BET executive Stephen Hill and rapper Waka Flocka Flame have aired out their issues with one another following yesterday’s taping of the “BET Hip Hop Awards.”
Hill sparked flames after publicly sharing his criticism of Flocka’s performance.
“BET Hip-Hop Awards. The show was going so well…and then Waka Flak-ed. Yeah. I said it.”
“Waka. Flacka. Flamed. Out.”
“RT @RapRadarDotCom then why have him on the show? @StephenGHill ?
“@WakaFlocka1017 let’s you and me talk. Bring your manager. I should NOT have sent that first text…but there’s some learning here. You in?” (Stephen Hill’s Twitter)
Writing his responses via Twitter, Flocka expressed his issues with Hill.
“ima let fans know the inside of this lame game yall call rap they want u to don’t b ya self N x u out 4 being a real n*gga … p*ssy HILL,” Flocka tweeted late Saturday evening.
“how the f*ck u invite Waka Flocka and hate when i jump N the crowd to connect more wit fans and friends ….. #rappers R robots lol”
“FLOCKAVELI IMA ALWAYS KEEP IT 1,000,000 I DONT NEED A SHOW TO MAKE ME UNLIKE LIKE OTERS I KICK A** I DONT KISS A** …FLOCKA”
“I THAK BET AS A WHOLE …..99% SHOULD I SAY ……ITS JUST THAT 1% IS A DUCK A** N*GGA”
“I KNO KIDS HATE WHEN THEY PARENTS GET ON TWITTER AND ACT LAME IS F*CK …..”
“I KICK ASS AINT NOOOOO WAY N H*LL I’LL KISS IT A**” (Waka Flocka Flame’s Twitter)
Mixtape deejay Love Dinero also got involved and said Flocka was not to blame.
“@StephenGHill. It wasn’t @WakaFlocka1017 fault I. Dj lovedinero play the wrong track ur staff @ BET said we was going 2 do it again don’t blame him he jus went with the music” (Love Dinero’s Twitter)
While not airing until October 12th, the BET Hip-Hop Awards taping took place yesterday.
Multiple winner Rick Ross opened the show at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center by performing “B.M.F.” and “MC Hammer” with Diddy, later bringing out Hammer himself for “Too Legit to Quit.” Gucci Mane and Swizz Beatz fired up the stage with “Gucci Time,” “Dilemma” collaborators Kelly Rowland and Nelly presented Nicki Minaj with an award, Waka Flocka Flame walked off the stage (and later got into a Twitter argument with BET executive Stephen Hill), and Dipset reunited. An absent Jay-Z took home CD of the Year and Best Hip-Hop Video, Eminem scored Lyricist of the Year, and Drake scooped up MVP of the Year, while Salt-N-Pepa were honored for their contributions to hip-hop. (Rap-Up)
Check out some past Waka Flocka Flame footage below: