Gillie Da Kid Clowns Wiz Khalifa for His Gym Outfit, Wiz Says He’s Not Responsible for People’s Childhood Trauma
The rapper-turned-podcaster hopped on his Instagram page on Thursday (April 7) and opined on Wiz's workout attire, making it known that Gillie doesn't approve of his gym drip.
"It's a little crazy today ’cause I had to unfollow one of my brothers," the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast cohost began in the clip. "Wiz Khalifa, man. I love you brother. I'm still riding around banging 'Black and Yellow' and when I '[See You Again].' You a legend, man. It's Pennsylvania, baby. Philly to Pittsburgh, but I had to unfollow ’em today, man. Every time I come on my page, man. You in ya draws, man. You giving up strap and ball action, man. Everyday, man? I can't do eight balls in the corner pocket when I wake up, man. So, I had to unfollow you, playa. But I love you, though. You know you my brother for life."
Gillie closed out the video, saying, "When Wiz stoping being in his draws. He throws some shorts on. He takes a break from the gym, can y'all DM me and let me know? So I can go back and follow my brother? But until then, see ya."
Following the Philadelphia native coming for the former 2010 XXL Freshman's fitness attire, it looks like Wiz did a post-and-delete on IG where he uploaded an image of himself in the gym, standing behind a rack of barbells, and included a caption that said, "Not responsible for your childhood trauma."
Gillie Da Kid replied to Wiz's since-deleted post, writing, "Childhood drama man put ur shorts on wiz." He also included numerous laughing emojis.
At first, it seemed like the Taylor Gang leader is completely unbothered by the unsolicited commentary.
Once Gillie's video began to circulate, however, Wiz dropped a social media video of his own, addressing the notion that his workout attire is questionable at the very least.
"Aight, Imma only address this one time," the Full Court Press rhymer said. "The same n****s who be telling me to put clothes on in the gym or unfollowing me because I make them uncomfortable, y’all the same n****s who laughed at people when they read in high school or said that you sound stupid because you sound smart. Y’all are negative, and you know what I do with negativity? See ya."
This is not the first time the Taylor Gang leader has addressed negativity in the rap game. At the tail end of 2021, Khalifa, who has long been known throughout the rap game for his anti-violence stance in music, hopped on Twitter to reiterate the fact that when it comes to entertainers disrespecting each other, he's not here for it.