Lil Xan Responds To Waka Flocka Flame is a Call For "Banned from the Hip Hop"

HipHop News Posted on March 7, 2018 at 1:07am

Lil Xan Responds To Waka Flocka Flame is a Call For "Banned from the Hip Hop"

"Lil Xan's not going anywhere, sorry."

Waka Flocka Flame has called you Lil Xan to be "banned from the Hip Hop", after the California, the rapper of the recent comments about 2Pac.

During an interview with the REVOLT of February, Xan is called the music of 2Pac "boring" and later was classified as a shaky two of the nine based on the weight and influence.

After catching wind of Xan comments, Waka Flocka Flame hit Twitter on Tuesday night (March 6) to call the controversy of 21 years of age.

LiL Xan banned from hip hop

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

God of the Rap, Hip Hop, etc. Tupac Shakur!!!

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

Waka later explained why he finds it annoying to see 2Pac lack of respect.

Cap help me to get through childhood!!! Fuck it hurts to see young people's lack of respect for the man that paved the way for all of us, literally... I hope nobody give me the achievements when I leave 👤

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

Respect is everything, never forget that.

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

T. I. also appeared to co-sign Waka thoughts after you comment, "So be it" on Instagram.

This is the reason why the #wakaflocka prohibited #lilxan from hip hop and why #you co-signed. #lilxan he did an interview with revolt, where he said Tupac music was boring.

A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on Mar 6, 2018, at 8:08pm PST

Xan, who had previously responded to the upset with his 2Pac comments, later offered a direct response to Waka via Instagram.

"Lil Xan's not going anywhere, I'm sorry," he said. "You have to see this ugly face for much longer, guys."

#lilxan responds to #wakaflocka 😡😡 y'all I think that is going to last in this industry??🤔🤔🌧🌧

A post shared by Clouty Heaven ™️ (@cloutyskiez) on Mar 7, 2018 at 6:59 am PST

Xan, taking on Twitter on Monday (March 5), he also said that it was no longer going to


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