Waka Flocka said he's tired of people buying designer clothes then returning them.
He said it Wednesday on Instagram and told them to cut it out.
"I don't know who pullin' clothes at Barneys, but y'all n***as gotta cut that s**t out, dawg," said Waka, who recently called out Canadian singer Daniel Caesar for speaking about race relations in the U.S. "I just spent all that money at Barneys and I feel like a n***a wore my t-shirt. All that pullin' clothes and bringing it back, stop that s**t, man. Buy it. If you can't afford to buy it, stop renting that s**t. If you renting clothes, I'm talking to you, bruh. Stop. 'Cause it's n***as like me that's buying s**t and do not want to put secondhand clothes on that's worth all that money. On God."
These days it seems Waka is buying clothes and other things with reality show money since he's on Marriage Bootcamp: Hip Hop Edition and retired from rap. But he still weighs in on hip-hop news, like when he defended Tory Lanez in January when the Canadian rapper was battling everyone.
Are you one of those people who "pull clothes," meaning you buy them and return them when you're done?