Wiz Khalifa Urges Ferguson To Keep The Peace
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On the release day of his fifth studio LP, Blacc Hollywood, Wiz Khalifa sat down for the first ever on-air interview with DJ Skee’s Dash Radio. VIBE got to talk with the Pittsburgh rapper afterwards and asked him his thoughts on the recent civil uproar in Ferguson, Missouri.
“I started driving when I was 16, and I can’t remember one time, being pulled over and being asked for my license and registration,” recalls the rapper. “They pull you over with a gun to your head, and tell you to get out of the car.”
But Wiz is quick to realize that the fear that was instilled in him by the police is a double-edged sword.
“I don’t talk about it in a point where I want to offend any cops or anything, because there are a lot of police that work my shows. There’s a lot of police that keep me safe.”
Watch the full interview above.