The initial strong reception to Wiz Khalifa has been replaced with a steady flow of criticism. Though Wiz Khalifa had a strong following, due to his mixtape presence, most had never heard of him until “Black & Yellow” was released. Becoming one of the biggest songs in 2010, anticipation was high for Wiz’Rolling Papersdebut.
From the release of his follow-up single, “Roll Up,” to his relationship with Amber Rose and anything else he does, Wiz Khalifa has been the subject of much scrutiny. Things reached a new height when Wiz Khalifa released the artwork for his sophomore album, O.N.I.F.C. Many have had something to say about his style.
For those who have had so much to say about the cover, Wiz Khalifa provided them a response via Twitter. Instead of taking the angry approach, Wiz Khalifa decided to simply explain things to those who do not understand. More often than not, things usually turn hostile, but Wiz Khalifa took the high road.
Read Wiz Khalifa’s Twitter posts below:
To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Expected #BossUp
Im Helpin Everyone Get In Touch With Their Inner Sleaze. If U Dnt Wanna Let It Out, Ill Express It For You
I’ll Be Brave Enough. Onifc Is Not For The Scary. Iss About Taking Risks So The People Who Believe What We Believe In Can Feel Free
The Cover Art Should Give You Confidence And Let You Know You Can Fully Be Yourself In Front Of People No Matter What They Say Or Think
You Dont Have To Hide That Shit. Let It Out!!! Thass What The Artwork Really Represents
And If Your Still Scared, I’ll Do It For You
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Lets All Grow Together!!!