Wiz Khalifa talks about getting Amber Rose's engagement ring, discusses future collaborations with Chief Keef and says "O.N.I.F.C." will be insightful.
During a recent tour of interviews, Wiz Khalifa phoned into WGCI's Morning Riot to speak about his new album, his engagement and Chief Keef. He said his new album will provide insight on his journey and added that he supports Chief Keef but doesn't need to work with him yet.
Speaking about his new album, O.N.I.F.C., Wiz added that it will provide insight on his life and his journey to stardom.
"I just wanted to let people know and give people insight on my journey through becoming a businessman and in life. It's taken me a lot of different places that people didn't expect me to go," he explained in audio uploaded by FakeShoreDrive.
The conversation changed as he began discussing his engagement to Amber Rose. Khalifa was asked if he designed her ring and he said it was no different than what takes place for most men.
"I just did what guys do," he said. "You walk in there like an idiot and you walk out of there with something life-changing."
Finally, he was asked about working with Chief Keef. He acknowledged his movement, said he was a huge fan but said he didn't need to work with him yet. He also added that people who are working with Keef now are doing so "because they see what it could do for them."
"I would hope so," he said of a future collaboration. "But I like to do everything organically. I'm such a huge fan that I don't really want to spoil that. I really enjoy listening to his music...I want him to keep that up and I don't want to spoil that...Anybody who is reaching out now is because they see what it could do for them. But, I really want to see dude make some money and be on the same level with him and us be able to get down like that, not more or less me sonning him and bringing him along with me because he's got his own thing crackin'."
Chief Keef recently made headlines because of a song collaboration with Kanye West.
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