Waka Flocka Flame Wants to Stop Rapping and Focus on Family
Waka Flocka Flame might just be leaving rap behind. The "Round of Applause" rapper said as much when he sat down with Raquel Harper for BET's latest episode of Raq Rants, where he discussed his decision to retire from rap. In a video shared by TMZ, Waka explains that he has accomplished all his goals and has nothing left to offer the rap game.
"I don't want to rap, I did what I came to do," he begins in the video. "I've already passed $30 million. Everybody I started with is rich. Everybody is happy. Everybody has kids. I don't have anything else to do. Everybody else who didn't make it, they died or got kids, my right-hand man who was running the streets with me is a pastor. Life changed for me."
Elsewhere during the conversation, the Atlanta artist shared that he is focused on the expansion of his family. He noted that at his age, he ultimately wants to be a "good husband."
"People want me to be 'Hard in Da Paint' Waka, but I'm 32 years old, I'm a grown ass man," he said. "I just want to be a good husband. I'm about to make a baby next year."
In the spirit of starting a new chapter in life, Waka shared on Instagram that he wants to end his beef with Gucci Mane. In the video, he revealed that he's ready to have a one-on-one conversation with Gucci, whom he's been beefing with for six years now.
Catch Waka Flocka's full interview tonight on BET which airs at 11 p.m. EST.
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