Posted by , Feb 4, 2016 at 07:00pm
Waka Flocka admits that a recent viral video showing him dismissing a twerking fan is entirely staged.

A video involving Waka Flocka and a seemingly anonymous female intruder has recently gone viral. Uploaded on January 24, the video, titled "Woman confronts Waka Flocka Flame," has now accumulated over 1.3 million views. The 16 second clip shows a blonde woman, presumably an overeager fan, approaching the Brick Squad rapper and doing something vaguely similar to "twerking," before Waka, having none of it, walks away unimpressed. 

Well, it turns out that Waka's team was behind the video, as he has just admitted that the entire incident was staged. Waka made the admission after a TMZ reporter tracked him down at LAX and asked him about the viral clip. 

"We set that up. We staged that," said Waka, going on to admit that he and his crew posted the video because they were interested in seeing how the Internet would react. After the video went live, the comments that followed were along the lines of: "look at her being a hoe!" as well as "hella racist shit," according to Waka. 

"It just goes to show how people don't look into nothing. They just look at the picture, and say that's the definition." 

After explaining his intentions behind the experiment, Waka admitted -- had he experienced the same situation in "real life" -- his reaction would've been different: "I would just start throwin' ones." 

Waka Flocka Admits Viral Video Of Woman Twerking On Him Is Fake

Waka Flocka admits that a recent viral video showing him dismissing a twerking fan is entirely staged.


A video involving Waka Flocka and a seemingly anonymous female intruder has recently gone viral. Uploaded on January 24, the video, titled "Woman confronts Waka Flocka Flame," has now accumulated over 1.3 million views. The 16 second clip shows a blonde woman, presumably an overeager fan, approaching the Brick Squad rapper and doing something vaguely similar to "twerking," before Waka, having none of it, walks away unimpressed. 

Well, it turns out that Waka's team was behind the video, as he has just admitted that the entire incident was staged. Waka made the admission after a TMZ reporter tracked him down at LAX and asked him about the viral clip. 

"We set that up. We staged that," said Waka, going on to admit that he and his crew posted the video because they were interested in seeing how the Internet would react. After the video went live, the comments that followed were along the lines of: "look at her being a hoe!" as well as "hella racist shit," according to Waka. 

"It just goes to show how people don't look into nothing. They just look at the picture, and say that's the definition." 

After explaining his intentions behind the experiment, Waka admitted -- had he experienced the same situation in "real life" -- his reaction would've been different: "I would just start throwin' ones." 

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