The state of North Carolina doesn't want Waka Flocka bringing his "security team" (read: shooters) with him anymore. The Protective Services Board hit Waka with a cease and desist, informing him that he can't bring them along to his upcoming shows this month.
This is the result of an incident that went down on a tour bus last year in Charlotte, when members of his entourage clapped back at cars who began shooting at them. Two people were arrested, and it looks like the state doesn't want a repeat.
Waka's camp feels that the NCPSB is harassing them, and believe their entitled to defend themselves just as others are. They're even considering returning fire—via legal action.
Just because the man made "Hard in Da Paint" doesn't mean that he's guaranteed to cause a riot.