Wiz Khalifa Called To Stop Disrespecting Each Other In 2022

Wiz Khalifa tells colleagues not to fight each other in 2022. After 11 days we are entering the year 2022 very soon. This is one of those times when people start thinking about the new year. Wiz Khalifa of Pittsburgh has a special request for his co-stars.

“As entertainers, [let’s] try some s### next year. Minding our own business. Not [disrespecting] each other’s family, dead homies, or area they come from,” tweeted Khalifa on Sunday.

The Black and Yellow hit producer continued:

“Stop using someone else’s significant other one-on-one for the other person. It’s actually showing the same love you expect to receive.”

Wiz Khalifa continued to give more insight into the 2021 proposals.

“Not to say that any of these are the direct cause of the violence, but [changing] them might help.” he added.

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A few Hip Hop artists recently passed away from violent causes in 2021. Young Dolph, Slim 400, and Ruler Drakeo were among the rappers killed in the last twelve months and are increasing in severity.

For Wiz Khalifa, he was ranked 3rd as Chameleon in season 5 of 2021’s “The Masked SingerWiz Khalifa also partnered with Sledgren and Cardo for the Wiz Got Wings project.

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Wiz Khalifa Drops New Mixtape ‘Wiz Got Wings’

10 days ago Wiz Khalifa released his new project Wiz Got Wings. Reuniting with Cardo for the 14-track mixtape, the Grammy-nominated artist collaborated with Wings and Sledgren to produce the project.

Following Khalifa’s 2020 EP The Sage of Wiz Khalifa, Wiz Got Wings features Curren$y, Fedd the God, Young Deji, Larry June and Chevy Woods.

Check out Wiz Got Wings, which is out now on streaming platforms.

 

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