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In a 2011 interview, Waka admitted that he had second thoughts about Rap and was open to working at Wal-Mart. “I’m tired of going through what I go through, and punk asses always rain on my world.” Later he added, I’d rather work at Walmart than rap, and that’s my word on God.” Months later, he dropped a mixtape.


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