Waka Flocka Slams Young Parents For Failing To Raise Children

Some may blame the education system. Others may blame the advent of social media.

Waka Flocka, however, is blaming the mentality of the younger generation on the parents.

Waka took to Twitter to slam young parents for failing to raise their children.

“this younger generation is somethin else…maybe if babies stopped havin babies it wouldn’t be like this,” the Bricksquad Monopoly rapper wrote.

Waka’s comments could be directed at senseless actions of young teens. Popular social media websites, such as World Star, show young people engaged in ridiculous activities.

One controversial video that made its way onto the net was a riot that occurred in Chicago following a meet and greet with boy band Mindless Behavior in Ford City mall.

CBS Chicago reports the melee left two people injured. A fight reportedly broke out inside the mall and spilled out into the parking lot. The confusion caused officials to close the mall early.

Chicago Police Department made over a dozen arrests.

Check out raw footage of the melee below.

Waka is no stranger to critiquing the actions of youths.

Last month, the “Round Of Applause” rapper took to Twitter to address gun violence.

“Wassup wit these teens shooting each over #NonSense… #MakeNoDamnSense,” he wrote.

In urban communities across the country, young adults are falling victim gun violence. Chicago, for instance, has led the nation in the homicide rate.

Gun violence has plagued the city of Chicago for many years. Many residents have renamed the Windy City “Chiraq” for its high rate of violence. Chicago, according to statistics, has a higher homicide rate than Kabul, Afghanistan.

In 2012 alone, the city recorded 506 murders.

The beginning of 2013 didn’t show any slowdown in pace. Chicago saw its deadliest January since 2002 with 45 homicides reported, according to CBS.

NBC Chicago estimated the Windy City is on pace to reach 730 homicides this year.

In Chicago, the homicide rate is disproportionately higher amongst its minority residents. There have been 2,045 homicides since Jan. 1, 2007 amongst the African American demographic, according to Red Eye Chicago. There were 647 homicides amongst Caucasians since 2007.

Chicago femcee Chella H also acknowledged the issue, but directed her anguish at young women who involved themselves in gang-related activity.

“I swear imma figureout a way2save the lives summa dese GDK BDK females its crazy so pretty n just dont know ridin w dese niggas aint worthit,” she wrote on her Twitter account.

Chella’s comments came on the same day a video titled “Tooka Day” was uploaded on YouTube showing a violent scuffle amongst several young women repping “Tooka Gang” and “BDK.”

“Tooka Gang” is a street gang formed in honor of Shondale Gregory, a 15-year-old teen shot and killed by a masked gunman while awaiting a bus on Jan. 12, 2011.

BDK is an acronym for “Black Disciple Killer.”

The women in the video fight as young men present encourage the violent act.

Watch the “Tooka Day” video below.

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