Prince Williams/ATLpics.net

A Waka Flocka fan returned the rapper's custom jewelry after holding on to it for 4 years.

Waka discovered his coveted $25,000 wild Wild West gun pendant was missing four years ago.

The Atlanta-based rapper had given up hope of ever seeing the chain again. However, a fan recently DM'd him to say he had the pendant and he wanted to return it.

Prince Williams/ATLpics.net

According to VladTV, Waka flew the fan to Atlanta to retrieve his precious pendant.

Waka shared a video of the exchange on his Instagram Story. "Can't believe he DM me and said I had your chain for four years. I flew him and now we partying all weekend," Waka wrote.

In the video, the fan is seen sitting in the back seat of Waka's car while holding a Crown Royal bag containing the pendant.

Waka, 35, is best known for his hit singles "Hard in da Paint" and "No Hands." He also starred in Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta with his wife Tammy Rivera.

Photo may have been deleted

Instagram.com/@wakaflocka

Former President Donald Trump presented Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka with a lifetime achievement award.

The framed certificate and gold medal were presented to Waka at an award ceremony in Atlanta, by his mentor Apostle Dr. Bridget Outlaw.

Photo may have been deleted

TMZ

The certificate recognizes Dr. Joaquin Jame Malphur's "lifelong commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service."

Waka, a proud conservative, grinned from ear to ear when he received his award for philanthropy and giving back to his community.

He captioned a photo on Instagram: "Lifetime Achievement Award [medal emoji] I gotta thank my pastor/big sister Apostle Dr. Bridget C. Outlaw for teaching and guiding me on this journey God got us on I'm just honored [praying hands emoji] S/O to my president!!!"

Waka's foundation, Daughter of Destiny is an outreach program that helps women by providing employment, food, housing, community resources and inner healing, according to TMZ.

Photo may have been deleted

Estevan Oriol/Getty Images

In September, the 34-year-old rapper posted a series of thought-provoking memes on his IG page that revealed his conservative ideologies.

In one meme Waka wrote: "How can we as a community beg the police to don't shoot but we killing each other still? We gotta ask ourself how bad do we want true freedom?"

Waka suggested that Marxist organizations, such as Black Lives Matter, use anti-police protests and riots to distract Black people from the problems that continue to plague our community.

Waka's proud mom is Atlanta philanthropist and community activist Debra Antney.

Waka and his wife, entrepreneur Tammy Rivera co-parent her teenage daughter, Charlie.
 

Photo may have been deleted

Estevan Oriol/Getty Images

Waka Flocka Flame asked his Instagram followers to keep the same energy for gang bangers as they do protesting police who shoot petty criminals.

The 34-year-old Atlanta-based rapper posted a series of thought-provoking memes on his IG page that revealed his conservative ideologies.

In one meme Waka wrote: "How can we as a community beg the police to don't shoot but we killing each other still? We gotta ask ourself how bad do we want true freedom?"

According to the Washington Post's database on police shootings, 13 unarmed Black men were killed by police in 2019. While hundreds of Black men, women and children have died as a result of gun violence in the U.S. since 2019.

Waka suggested that Marxist organizations use anti-police protests to distract Black people from the very serious problems that plague our community.

In another meme Waka wrote: "I guarantee you if all the hoods in America seen eye to eye police a shit on they-self!!! [sic] Nobody can f-ck with us unified."

In a third post, he wrote: "[How] can we love our gangs more than our Forefathers and Ancestors??? And not understand the reason why they fought for freedom?"
 


 


 


 

No photo

A Waka Flocka Flame rap concert was canceled following a deadly shooting on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on Tuesday night, April 30. One man was taken into custody after a shooting on the campus which left two people dead and injured four more.

Read more »

Waka Flocka & Tammy Rivera at Gold Room in Atlanta

Rapper Waka Flocka and his lovely wife Tammy Rivera, both 31, were spotted at the Georgia vs Alabama mythical national championship watch party at the Gold Room in Atlanta on Monday. Unfortunately the Bulldogs lost to the Crimson Tide in overtime. Tammy's fans are buzzing that she picked up some weight over the holidays. A source close to the family told Sandrarose.com that Tammy, who is a mom of one, is not pregnant with husband Waka's baby. The source said Tammy often picks up weight over the holidays.

Photos by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net

Read more »

Love and Hip Hop

Recap from Rhymeswithsnitch.com:

Last night on a special episode of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta MiMi confronts Stevie J for sending her nasty text messages the day her father died. Yung Joc humiliates Karlie Redd after she catches him with his side chick. Erica, Mama Dee and Erica’s mother Mignon make peace for the sake of Emani and Benzino decides to marry Althea without a pre-nup...

Read more »

Kayo Redd

Scroll down for updates...

Local rapper Kayo Redd has died of an apparent suicide. Redd is the younger brother of rapper Waka Flocka Flame. Industry veteran Debra Antney announced her son's death on her social media accounts Sunday night.

Waka Flocka followed up his mother's tweet with an anguished (now-deleted) tweet indicating Redd may have taken his own life.

Read more »

Waka Flocka

Producer Mona Scott-Young has apparently found a replacement for departing "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" loud mouth K. Michelle, who is joining the cast of the LHHNY to help save that show from cancellation.

According to reality show blogger Michelle of SFtA, rapper Waka Flocka Flame and his fiancée, Tammy Rivera, are set to join the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" hijinks next season.

Read more »

In this exclusive interview by AllHipHop.com, Debra Antney, the former manager of Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj, discusses her former clients. I recall last year when Debra called me to defend Nicki after I wrote this post.

I have much respect for Debra because she is fiercely protective of her artists and her community. I remember our very first run-in back in my paparazzi days after I uploaded photos to Getty Images of Ludacris and his foundation giving back to the Bankhead community during Christmas 2003.

Read more »