Rapper Waka Flocka Flame ready to retire to have a baby with wife Tammy Rivera
In an interview, the rapper revealed that he has accomplished enough in his professional life and wants to now focus on his personal life.
Rapper Waka Flocka Flame has revealed that he is ready to give up his rap career and settle down with his wife Tammy Rivera, and maybe even have a baby.
TMZ reports that the 32-year-old in an interview with Raquel Harper for her show 'Raq Rants' on BET discussed about dropping his mic for marital bliss.
When Harper asked him when he wanted to stop rapping, the star said that he was ready to do so now. The rapper believes that he has achieved everything he wants from the rap business including money, fame and a much better life for himself. Because of his career, Waka also got the chance to meet his lovely wife when they both starred on the show 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.'
He seemed to be extremely satisfied with where life has taken him.
The only thing left to complete his perfect family is a baby, which the rapper said was a possibility, and the couple plans to have a baby in the near future..
Apart from his personal life, Waka seems to be turning over a new leaf in his professional life as well. After a long-standing feud with Gucci Mane, the rapper is ready to bury the hatchet and make peace, reports HipHopDx. He took to Instagram to discuss with his fans that he is open to having a conversation with Mane who was once his mentor. In the video, he says, “We was young niggas, man, with dreams and we really succeeded but this game changed us." He continued, “We finna take this shit back. From the big homie, I’m telling y’all first. Aye Gucci, nigga let’s sit the fuck down. All that playing over. You know how to get me, big dog. You call me, nobody else.”
The feud between the two first came to the spotlight in 2013 when Gucci announced that he was dropping Waka from 1017 Brick Squad Records. He made this announcement via Twitter. Before their public feud, the duo was known to be friends and even collaborated on an album together titled 'Ferrari Boyz' in 2011.
Waka addressed the feud between him and Gucci in an interview in 2017 with BBC radio. He said "I haven’t been cool with Gucci since my best friend got killed, that’s 2012. You dig what I’m saying? Gucci know how I feel about him. " He continued, "It was a lot of rappers in the studio when me and Gucci was going at it. And I made that baby sit down … If you wanna play tough and act like you macho and you the big dog and you this, that, and the third, cool. But the streets gonna wipe your nose every time.”