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Wiz Khalifa Reveals That He Goes To Strip Clubs With His Mom

Wiz Khalifa and his mom, OG Peachie, are super close – so much so that they even hit the strip club together when they’re hanging out. The Taylor Gang rapper was a guest on The Jennifer Hudson Show on Friday (May 17), where he reflected on the Mother’s Day holiday earlier in the week. For Peachie, he says, every day is a holiday!

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“Mother’s Day every day for my mom,” he explained. “Peachie’s a superstar. If you meet her, you’ll fall in love with her. So every day is her day. Me and my mom do everything together.

“We go to the strip club together, we went to Mexico. We went to Coachella together. We do everything. That’s my dog.”

On the music side of things, Wiz Khalifa has been getting ready for the release of the long-awaited follow-up to his breakout mixtape, Kush & Orange Juice. In a post to Twitter last month, he made quite a bold promise about the sequel.

“Kush and Orange Juice 2 is a classic. Can’t wait for y’all to enjoy,” he wrote.

Kush & Orange Juice, which was released in 2010, helped solidify Wiz’s entry into the Hip Hop sphere, building a loyal fan base around the mesh between marijuana culture and fun-loving, laid-back music.

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The project also proved pivotal in creating long-lasting relationships with industry peers. Contributions from Curren$y and Big K.R.I.T. would continue to serve Wiz over the next decade, leading to touring and creating new music together.

On Kush & OJ‘s 10th birthday, K.R.I.T. reflected on the underground success of the trio’s song “Glass House” and explained how it landed on the mixtape.

“‘Glass House’ is a crowd favorite,” he said in a press release. “We created a moment with that record, know what I’m saying? 2010, SXSW. It happened so organically and then Wiz reached out like, ‘Yo I wanna put this on Kush & Orange Juice,’ and that was my first introduction to a lot of his fan base.

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“It’s been crazy since then — between going on tour and performing it every time we hit the stage together,” he added. “That’s what timeless music is all about. Because now, it’s 2020, the 10-year anniversary and that record still goes up you feel me?”

In March, Wiz announced that the sequel was finally complete, but a release date has not yet been confirmed.

Source – HipHopDx

In Other News – T.I Applauds J. Cole For Mature Apology To Kendrick Lamar

T.I. has given props to J. Cole for apologizing to Kendrick Lamar after dissing him on “7 Minute Drill.” During an interview on Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Thursday (May 16), the Atlanta rapper weighed in on the brief battle between K. Dot and Cole, which the latter controversially bowed out of.


“I feel he chose peace and tranquility,” he said with a laugh when asked about Cole’s divisive apology. Read more