Wiz Khalifa isn’t feeling the flurry of jokes aimed at his “ashy” feet, and the Taylor Gang honcho responded with a poem.
Wiz posted his “response to the haters” on social media over the weekend, and the anti-body shaming poem has since gone viral with over 58,000 likes on Twitter.
“I hear a lot of talk on the internet and I usually don’t address things. I figured I’d address it in this way because I like to express myself,” he said. “I wrote a little poem, it’s called ‘Stop Making Jokes About My Feet.'”
“Stop making jokes about my feet/ ‘Cause that shit ain’t funny/ Y’all keep making jokes about my feet, but bitch I got money/ You ain’t gonna say it to my face, but you’ll talk about me when I’m gone/ Your toes probably look like that too, but you got nail polish on,” Wiz rhymed.
He continued: “When I log online I seen all types of disrespect/ Bunch of n-ggas talking shit, not one nail tech/ Talking crazy ’bout Wiz Khalifa like your shit so neat/ Look down past yo phone and take a picture of ya own damn feet!”
Check out his poem below:
My Response To The Haters 🦶😂 pic.twitter.com/ZyO79VYa8e
— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) April 1, 2023
Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang partner Chevy Woods got a kick out of the poem as he wrote in the replies: “Maaaaaaannnnnn I am crying right now [crying face emojis] ‘But y’all got nail polish on.'”
The Pittsburgh native became the subject of several memes last month as social media clowned Wiz for the condition of his feet after he posted a series of photos of him getting a tattoo in the comfort of his own home.
“Bet he was that kid that swam with his socks on,” one person jabbed, while another joked: “All this money and men still find it hard to just get they toes done. Now look at the result. The world laughing at em.”
While the foot controversy is behind him, Wiz had a busy weekend on the music front. In addition to dropping off his airy new single “Peace and Love,” the Taylor Gang chief appeared on Larry June and The Alchemist’sThe Great Escape as well as DJ Drama’s I’m Really Like That album cut “No Weakness” alongside T.I. and Symba.