Waka Flocka Cops Called to Music Video Shoot For N-Word and Loud Music
Waka FlockaCops Called to Music Video ShootFor N-Word and Loud Music
8/21/2015 11:32 AM PT
Waka Flocka had sheriff's deputies come to the set of his new music video and it's allegedly all because some neighbors didn't like hearing the n-word blasting into their homes.
We're told Flocka and his crew were in Georgia Thursday night shooting the video for his song "Workin." That's when deputies rolled up on the scene to speak with Flocka about turning the music and language down.
A source at the video shoot says the whole thing happened because cops had complaints from neighbors over loud music and cussing ... including the n-word and "f*** the police" chants.
One lyric from the song says, "Where the youngins going crazy, shooting cops my n****."
We're told no arrests were made and the video shoot continued because Flocka had all of his permits and agreed to turn it down.