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Waka Flocka Flame doesn't mince his words. When he's critical of someone, they'll definitely know it. During a recent interview with Domenick Nati, Waka seemingly made himself a new enemy in the form of Lil Pump. When asked about whether he'd be interested in collaborating with the 17-year-old rapper, he was immediately dismissive, saying, "Lil Pump raps about the shit I've been rapping about on my last 30-plus old CDs."

At this point, he went hard (in the paint) on Pump, explaining himself further. "Same shit, same way on my same sounding beat," he said, sounding exasperated. "Lil Pump is like a white Waka Flocka. Excuse me, not white, an albino Waka Flocka." There's definitely some stylistic similarities between the two rappers, but Waka sees his influence on Pump as nothing more than a rip-off of what he was already doing before.

During the interview, Waka was also asked about his thoughts on Donald Trump. "It's a love hate thing," he questionably explained. "You love the way he's protecting America but you hate the way he's treating the people." Trump has provoked a wildly unpredictable country capable of nuclear warfare multiple times this year, so perhaps he's being a little generous on the first half of that statement.

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