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Commenting on the comparison, Waka Flocka Flame says it's 'disrespectful' because 'Ferrari Boyz' and 'Watch the Throne' are like two different classes.
Pulled over for a routine traffic violation in Georgia, the 'No Hands' rapper ended up in handcuffs when police found a small amount of the weed in his car.
After a jury in Georgia ruled authorities lacked sufficient evidence to take him to trial, the 'No Hands' rapper tweets, 'All charges droped from when police ran N my house.'
The rapper, who was born by the name Juaquin Bertholimule Malphurs, is celebrating his party lifestyle in this newly-premiered music video.
Showing his soft side, the 'No Hands' rapper teams up with Make-A-Wish Foundation and surprises 16-year-old Kiyana, who suffered from a kidney failure, by spending time with her.
Being the latest celebrity to disrobe for the 'Ink, Not Mink' campaign, the 'No Hands' rapper shows off a lot of skins and tattoos as he wears nothing but strategically-placed chains.
The rapper, his brother and another person have been detained following the shooting in North Carolina, but Waka was not injured in the incident.
The rap star walked out of jail on Wednesday, January 5 after posting $40,000 bail.
The rapper, who was held on drug charges among others, wanted to do the right thing by giving in to the police.
Continuing the tradition of listing hottest new music acts of the year, AceShowbiz brings to attention the likes of Jackie Evancho, B.o.B and Lee DeWyze as breakthrough artists of 2010.
Soon after it was reported that police are investigating prostitution allegations at her rapper son's home, Deb Antney responds, 'There was no prostitution. And we're not gang-affiliated.'
Temporarily held by cops following a raid at Waka Flocka Flame's Georgia home, Gucci Mane has finally walked free.
Mane was handcuffed during the raid as police found marijuana and weapons at the scene, while Flame was not home at that time.
From running the streets of Atlanta, now Waka Flocka Flame is running the stage and invading the U.S. albums and singles charts.
Promoter Walter Conwell of G.D.B. Promotions is seeking $60,000 in damages and $1,000,000 in punitive damages from the rapper.