AceShowbiz - Kid Capri weighed in on Wiz Khalifa's onstage rant against two DJs in his recent performance in Los Angeles. The "Uptown" DJ was among those who slammed the "See You Again" hitmaker as he took to his Instagram account to share his two cents on the matter.
"When I met you, you was a cool dude, man. That's why I'm a little surprised why you would disrespect those DJs like that," the New York native said to the camera in the Monday, August 1 post. "Those kids is young dudes, probably, you know, scared and nervous that they playing for you, happy that they're playing for you."
Kid went on to say that the "Black & Yellow" rapper's decision to "stand up there and disrespect them like that, man, that was just crazy." He additionally pointed out that this kind of action "minimizes what the DJ is" within the culture.
"I don't know if you was lit or drunk, or whatever the case may be, but if that was me and you spoke to me like that, I'd have swung on you right away. Immediately," the 55-year-old artist continued. "And we would have dealt with it however we'd have to deal with afterwards. But I wouldn't have went for that."
In a viral clip from Wiz's performance at Poppy Nightclub, the rapper could be seen snapping at DJ Mike Danger and MC Tron. "B***h a** n***a, if you wanna fight, n***a we can do it," the emcee ranted. "Y'all n***as suck, don't hug me b***h. Y'all n***as suck, play my new s**t n***a, play it n***a, play 'Bad A** B***hes.' Y'all are horrible DJs."
He also said, "I came here tonight to promote for y'all and have a good a** time and have a great time, but you know what I'm not gonna do? I'm not gonna sit here and let these h** a** n***as act like this s**t is acceptable. I'm a real a** n***a dawg, my album just came out today. My album just came out today, play my new s**t dawg."
Wiz, who released his sixth studio album "Multiverse" on July 29, also pushed someone away from him onstage. "Get out the way, I don't like you dawg," he told the person before taking two individuals' hats and threw them into the crowd.