Wiz Khalifa admits his actions were “a bit much.”
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Following commentary from DJ Hed and Kid Capri, Wiz sat down with DJ Envy and DJ Drama to address the controversial video clip. “I wanna apologize to all the DJs and the entire DJ community for my behavior. I do realize that it was a bit much and I’m a big enough man to be like, ‘Yo, that shouldn’t have happened. That shouldn’t go down. That’s not how business gets handled, and that’s not how you get your point across,'” he said.
Wiz explained that he was booked to perform at Poppy Nightclub in Los Angeles for his album release. He said that he already handed over a flash drive to the DJs with the five songs they were supposed to perform that evening. Wiz’s issues stemmed from the cues and timing of the records being off. Wiz added that he usually tries to build a rapport with DJs he’s never performed with before, whether that’s tapping then on their shoulder to cue muting a record or cutting off a song at a certain part.
“In an attempt to do that, it was getting thrown off. Everything was just — it wasn’t going right. The music wasn’t going right. There were people talking over it. And I calmly was like, ‘Let’s get it together, guys.’ I was like, ‘I understand but we need to get on the same page,'” he said, revealing that it was his first attempt to mend the situation. However, things continued to be more unprofessional as the set went on and eventually, Wiz got confrontational.