The Brick Squad rapper made that point clear during his appearance on New York City’s Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club today (June 14). It was in response to a Complex story that had Waka stating that he revived Hov’s career and that Rozay watered down and swagger jacked his sound. To those statements, Waka believes his words were taken out of context.
“I aint say nothing about none of them,” Waka told The Breakfast Club. “All I said was, I feel like my style in music put a spark back in Jay-Z. Cause the H.A.M. beat? That’s our sound! I was telling him, ‘We feel good!’”
When asked about his statements made regarding Ross, Waka responded: “The only thing I said was, I said: ‘I got a main chick, got a mistress…’ and then you hear: ‘I think I’m Big Meech, Larry Hoover…’ it’s like the same thing.”
“Jay-Z been rapping since I was in school, how can I help this guy career? And Ross? It’s crazy how people can fumble your words, now I’d be wrong if I’d slap the writer though,” Flockavelli added.
Waka’s Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family album dropped this past Tuesday (June 12).—Christian Bonoan