Rap veteran Waka Flocka Flame is here for family time. This week, he went to social media to share a special moment with his daughter Charlie Rivera and send her 15th birthday love.
Waka x Charlie
Waka took to his Instagram to wish his wife’s mini-me a happy born day. He also left a heartfelt message about being a father and hoping she doesn’t grow up too fast.
“I enjoyed this whole day thinking about every moment I spent with Gods girt my beautiful daughter ❤️ you 15 with the world ahead of you and some dope parents to guide you through angel!!!! … ps I don’t want you to grow up 😢#HappyBirthdayCharlie” -Waka Flocka Flame’s Instagram
Waka Flocka is for equality by any means. In light of the events that recently transpired across America, including the hanging of two black men in California, he’s not messing around and ready to take lethal action. The rapper went to his Instagram page several weeks ago to reveal what he’s planned for racists.
“🖕🏾 White supremacy and 🖕🏾 all racist!! And f**k all that politically correct s**t. Equality ✊🏾” -Waka Flocka Flame’s Instagram
“Eh man, look here, don’t try that sh*t. Y’all hanging n*ggas from trees and sh*t like that sh*t cool. I’m telling you, if I catch you bro, I’m going to put your f*cking brains on the floor. Make that sh*t cool, bruh. Make my little nephews feel uncomfortable, bruh because y’all little fat, out of shape racist a** n*ggas wanna play. I’m gonna gun y’all n*gga a**es down. Believe that.”
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Days prior to that, black men Robert L. Fuller and Malcolm Harsch were both reported as dying after being found hanging from trees in California.
Harsch and Fuller’s bodies were found within weeks of each other, in towns separated by about 50 miles. Harsch, 38, was found hanged from a tree on May 31st in Victorville, California, while Fuller, 24, was found June 10th in Palmdale, California. Local officials in both towns initially said there was no indication of foul play in both cases, but the families of both men, as well as protesters, have demanded more thorough investigations, especially since the violent nature of their deaths recalls the long history of lynching black people in the United States. (Rolling Stone)
Before You Go
Flocka is winning big at this stage in his life. The hip-hop heavyweight went online a little while ago ago to share some throwback footage from 2009 and reveal how much he’s bossed up over the past few years.
“2009 Way b4 my time shawty but watching the seeds We planted grow beyond my imagination mind blowing #TheyCantStapGodsPlanHad no chain or money just Glocks and muscle!! 11 yrs later I own real estate, stocks, and a tv show with seasons …. p.s bout to sign the biggest deal of my career. BRICK Squad Monopoly!!!!” -Waka Flocka Flame’s Instagram