Smylez is not too pleased with comments made by Waka Flocka during his interview with Drea O. Waka 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.”
Smylez posted a short vlog calling the “Flockavelli 2” rapper “bogus.”
“You bogus a-- hell, boy,” Smylez said. “You ain’t have sh*t to do with that. King Louie and them made that sh*t, boy. You foul as hell, boy.”
Smylez went on to regard Bump J and King Louie as the influencers of Chicago Hip Hop in a series of posts on Twitter.
“Flocka Did Not Influence Chicago Music. Bump J Did. Bump J Showed Us Street N*ggaz We Can Make It.
“FLOCKA DID NOT CREATE DRILL IF YALL BELIEVE THA YALL DUMB, I PUT A LOT OF WORK IN THIS DRILL MOVEMENT & FLOCKA AINT MAKE NOTHING!
“@WakaFlocka Boi You Did Not Create Drill @KingL & Nem Started That Shyt You Bogus Asl!!!!” he wrote.
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Smylez Says Waka Flocka Did Not Create Drill: Bump J Influenced Chicago Music
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