Willie D has expressed outrage at viral footage of a kids birthday party in Lousiana that showed young children holding guns and cash.
Taking to Instagram with the video on Monday (November 13), the Geto Boys rapper blasted the children’s parents for allowing such an event to take place.
“Some dudes daddy wasn’t shyt,” he began. “They ain’t shyt and they will go to any extent to make certain their sons ain’t shyt. And let’s not leave out the raggedy women who opened their legs to let them raw dog and plant that poisonous seed in them. It may be possible for those kids to break the cycle, but the challenge will be substantial.”
He continued: “That said, invariably there’s always an uncivilized mutt or two in the comments justifying this type of bs, so before y’all get started just know it is with profound and utter conviction I pray that your nothing a** play in Houston rush hour traffic blindfolded while wearing ear pods listening to heavy metal music turned all the way up.”
You can view the footage below:
The comments were overwhelmingly in support, though one person claimed it was an NBA YoungBoy-themed party and the guns were “air soft” guns.
“UNCK I dnt defend dis at all but da mama said it was a nba young boy theme party and dem were air soft guns lil bbs,” they wrote. “I kno wat it looks but I kno wat I didn’t see was the kids pull da trigger IM NOT CONDONING THIS AT ALL JUS SAYINH THE GUNS WERE FAKE @williedlive!!”
Willie D has always been outspoken, and earlier this year called out the Grammys after not being included in the Academy’s 50th anniversary Hip Hop tribute with Scarface.
The massive performance, which took place during the 65th Annual Grammy Awards at Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena, was kicked off by Black Thought and The Roots before a barrage of Hip Hop pioneers took the stage including Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Run-DMC, LL COOL J, Queen Latifah, Public Enemy,Rakim, Method Man, Missy Elliott,Lil Uzi Vert and more.
The almost 14-minute spectacle also saw Scarface grace the stage to perform Geto Boys’ classic 1991 single “Mind Playing Tricks on Me,” which marked the first Southern rap song to be played during the decades-spanning medley. Face Mob hit the stage solo dolo, with no Willie D in sight. (Fellow Geto Boy Bushwick Bill died in June 2019).
After the performance, Willie took to Instagram to vent his frustration with the Recording Academy, saying it was “corny” that he wasn’t asked to be a part of the big moment.
“A reminder to the Grammys and all the rest of y’all out there trying to hustle the Geto Boys brand by only including Scarface, who had a stellar solo career: How in the hell are you gonna have a 50-year tribute to Hip Hop and not include Geto Boys the group?” he asked.
He continued: “If you forgot, the group includes Scarface and Willie D. How you gonna use a performance that includes a song that I co-wrote but not even have the decency, the respect to reach out to me and ask me if I wanted to participate? Y’all are some clowns for that. All the way out of pocket. Whoever made the call, y’all some clowns… No more talking.”
“Disrespectful Mofos!!! No mo’ talk,” Willie concluded in the caption.
In the clip, Willie makes his argument that because Scarface performed a Geto Boys song, their classic 1991 single “Mind Playing Tricks on Me,” that he should have been included.
Scarface disagreed, noting that they both perform the song on their own solo shows and it wasn’t his fault that the Grammys didn’t call him. “You feel like you was slighted,” Scarface began.
“Slighted? I feel beyond slighted,” Willie responded. “Like what I’m tryna figure out is … First of all, I ask you Wednesday when we left here, I said, ‘What you got for the weekend?’ You said, ‘I’m finna go fuck with this Grammys thing.’ I said, ‘Alright man, safe travels.’ Because, you know, that’s how we do it. Saturday come, I’m online and an article comes across about the Grammys. And I see ‘Geto Boys and Scarface’ in the lineup.”
“I wanna see where it says ‘Geto Boys, Scarface,’” Face interjected. “I don’t never wanna get Geto Boys and Scarface intertwined ever. Because I don’t need Geto Boys to be Scarface, you feel me? So if it said ‘Geto Boys and Scarface’ or any of that shit two together, then they wrong for that because I can stand on my own two feet with no Geto Boys.”
They concluded the conversation agreeing that they’ve both performed the song on their own.