Waka Flocka recently sat down with Drea O and was asked his thoughts on influencing drill music in Chicago.
“I like it. I love it,” he said. “I just wanna see them make some dollars and not just make a body count. Make some business out of it.”
Waka says he doesn’t consider himself drill, but rather an entertainer.
“I just express myself. Music was like anger management to me. It still is. It’s just fun. I use the s**t to party, have fun and express myself.”
Waka’s comments didn’t sit right with Chiraq drill rapper Rico Reckless.
“I F*K WIT FLOCKA HEAVY DATS BIG BRO,,BUT MFZ KNO HE AINT START NO F*CKIN DRILL 2 MY KNOWLEDGE PACMAN DID RIP PAC GO LISTEN 2 PAC MIXTAPE,” Recklezz wrote on Twitter.
Pac Man, born Larry Johnson, was an up and coming Chicago rapper was gunned down in the Woodlawn neighborhood on June 21, 2010. He was 25.
Recklezz went on to post the artwork for Pac Man’s last mixtape project, “I’m Still Here,” before his death.
Recklezz wrote in his caption, “I USE 2 PLAY DIS SH*TT ALLL DAYLONG NBS …2 ALL DA FANZ DAT WANNA KNOW ABOUT DRILL MUSIC THIS WHER IT CAME FROM … THIS N***A WASN’T FA NUN #RIPPAC.”