Wiz Khalifa, an American singer and rapper, is said to have yelled “terrible” to two DJs in Los Angeles. A rapper was performing at Poppy Nightclub in Los Angeles. This concert was to commemorate WIZ’s 6th full-length album ‘Multiverse’, which was released a while ago. According to sources, DJ Mike Danger and MC Tron were the targets of Wiz Khalifa’s outrage because they didn’t play songs from Wiz Khalifa’s album.
The rapper can be heard saying in the viral video:
At the beginning of the video, Wiz says, “You bastard, if you want to fight, we can do it.” “You guys, don’t hug me, don’t hug me. “You guys are terrible DJs.”
He continued to joke on stage, adding:
I’m here tonight to defend you and have a great time. But you know what I won’t do? I will not remain silent while acting as if these behaviors are permissible. I just released my album today and I’m a real idiot. Play my new music, it just came out today.”
The rapper became angry and reportedly grabbed the hats of the two and threw them at the audience.
Wiz Khalifa releases new album Multiverse
Wiz Khalifa’s latest album, Multiverse, became available to stream earlier this week on all major services, including Spotify. The approximately one hour long recording includes cameos from THEY and Girl Talk. According to Khalifa, the purpose of releasing a new record was to create something new.
The musician quoted from Stereogum:
“Whether it’s a happy and uplifting moment like ‘Iced Out Necklace’, a club moment like ‘Bad Ass Bitches’, a more serious or soulful moment, you can achieve it lyrically,” he said.
Working with Warner Bros., Wiz Khalifa released her debut album in 2006 under the name Show and Prove. After breaking up with Warner Bros., Wiz Khalifa released their second album, Deal or No Deal, in 2009. He made Kush and Orange Juice available for free download in 2010, which resulted in a deal with Atlantic Records.
In addition to his Top 40 hits in 2011, Roll Up and No Sleep, he also released his third album, Rolling Papers. The musician released ONIFC in 2012, supported by the singles Work Hard, Play Hard and Remember You (which featured Weeknd).
His fifth studio album, Blacc Hollywood, was released in 2014, along with the lead hit We Dem Boyz. For the soundtrack to the movie Furious 7, the singer debuted the well-known song See You Again with Charlie Puth in March 2015. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks in a row.
Wiz Khalifa’s sixth studio album is Multiverse. The album was released by the singer following Rolling Paper 2 in 2018. He has collaborated on several albums with Currensy and Juicy J and has released good mixtapes such as Fly Times 2019, Vol.1: The Good Fly Young, and Big Pimpin 2020. .