Daniel Caesar got the Internet going earlier this week with commentary about black-white relations that were sparked by folks calling out white social media influencer Yes Julz for her fraught relationship with black women.
"Why are we being so mean to white people right now?" Caesar asked in reference to the backlash. "Why is it that we're allowed to be disrespectful and mean to everyone else, yet when they return that same energy to us - that's not a quality, I don't want to be treated like I can't take a joke."
Waka Flocka didn't much care for that opinion. In fact, in an interview with TMZ, Waka wondered whether the Canadian singer should be allowed to have an opinion at all:
"Bro don't speak American business if you ain't from here. Make sure you stay away from Brick Squad ... Don't you ever in your life talk about black people like that. "N**** got his hair blond he shouldn't talk about black people," Waka said of the dark-skinned Caesar's dye job.
This is the second big controversy Caesar's been involved in recently. His reaction to Dave Chappelle calling his style "very gay" was also a big topic of discussion, although Dave and Daniel eventually worked things out.