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Wiz Khalifa apologize to all DJs for his viral altercation with Two DJs at a Club: “I Got Emotional”

The Pittsburgh native has come forward and apologized to all the DJs for his angry confrontation with two club DJs recently.

Wiz Khalifa Apologizes for Viral Outburst at The Club

Wiz Khalifa has apologized for going off on two DJs — DJ Mike Danger and MC Tron during a recent performance in Los Angeles. In a special edition of The Breakfast Club, DJ Drama and DJ Envy sat down with Wiz who offered a sincere apology for his behavior at Poppy nightclub on Friday (July 29

On Friday (Aug. 5), Wiz Khalifa, along with DJ Drama by his side, appeared on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club to offer his apology to the DJ community for his angry rant at two DJs at a club in Los Angeles

“First of all, I want to apologize to all the DJs in the entire DJ community for my behavior,” he began. “I do realize that it was a bit much and I’m big enough man to be like, ‘Yo, that shouldn’t have happened, that shouldn’t go down.’ That’s not how business gets handled and that’s not how you get your point across. I apologize sincerely. I didn’t want to piss anybody off.”

Earlier this week Wiz Khalifa was at his Multiverse album release party — continued by detailing his side of the story, explaining he “walked into a whole situation.”

“I was booked to be at Poppy for my album release that night,” he said. “It was officially my night. My set was to be five songs. We prepared the set and we put it on the flash drive […] When it came time to be my set, the songs that was gave to him on the flash drive, it was just a real issue with the timing.”


As previously reported, last Friday (July 29), Wiz Khalifa had an album release party for his new Multiverse LP at Poppy nightclub in Los Angeles. However, video from the event showed the Taylor Gang leader berating two club DJs, one of them being DJ Mikey Danger, for their alleged lack of professionalism and threatened them to knuckle up.

“Songs were playing in the middle of my songs,” he said. “It was really frustrating. I got emotional. I showed my emotions. That’s mainly what you see in the video. I was definitely out of line and touching the young man’s hat and doing what some people would consider assaulting a DJ. That’s not in my character and that’s not how I handle things. That’s not excusable. It’s not defendable in any way, shape or form.”

Elsewhere in the video, Wiz can be seen removing the baseball caps off both of the DJs heads while still continuing to berate them for their spinning techniques. "Y'all are horrible DJs," he said.

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