Justpremium Sync Pixel. Julz, of Italian and Puerto Rican origin, spoke of his earlier controversy after the withdrawal of a shirt that read many “black lies,” and said he didn’t think it was fair for black women like Civilian and Beam to call him on the shirt. Waka Flocka Flame and his wife Tammy Rivera are dissatisfied with R&B singer Daniel Caesar’s claim that blacks are too sensitive. Cesar’s first comments came from influential person Yes Julz, single Julieanna Goddard, who was criticized by defiant media expert Karen Civil and television presenter Scottie Beam in a recent interview. “Why we can be disrespectful and rude to everyone and when someone gives us back a little energy, it’s not equality,” Cesar said in his life’s dream. During his live session at the Instagram, Cesar asked why blacks are what he considers disrespectful to whites. Waka believes Caesar has no reason to talk about what black Americans are going through because he is Canadian. On Wednesday, March 20, TMZ met with Waka and Tammy in Atlanta and asked them what they thought of Caesar’s viral lifestream in Instagram. Just before Waka’s comments, Rivera said, “He’s from Canada, so he doesn’t know what’s going on. See below Waka Flocka and Tammy Rivera commenting on Daniel Cesar. The Canadian-born singer admitted he was intoxicated during his speech, but he continues to believe strongly in the controversial opinions he expressed about Instagram. “He said, “Move on?” Be sure to stay away from me because we could get you up your ass. Fool,” Waka said to TMZ. “I don’t want to be treated like I don’t understand a joke. Never talk like that about the blacks in your life. 2019 XXL Mag is part of The XXL Network, Townsquare Media, Inc. is Canadian. All rights reserved.
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