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Waka Says People Who Document Themselves Helping Those in Need Are Corny


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When you do good deeds do you film or take pictures or do you keep them between you and those you lend a helping hand to? It can be confusing, on one hand, you want to let people know you’re doing something good, on the other, it could be demeaning to the person you’re helping. Waka Flocka sees documenting doing good deeds as “corny.” A social media clip recently surfaced of Waka giving his two cents on the issue. “When I do good deeds, I don’t never record [sic] or take pictures, because why would I catch a person at they lowest point in life? And plus, I don’t need a visual of what I did right,” Waka said. “I got to experience it and that sh_t is the feeling, and that’s something you can’t take from me. You know what I’m saying? [Or] take from them. That’s a real human trait. So, to see anybody marketing theyself [sic] feeding the homeless or feeding somebody that needs help, to me, you corny as f__k, man.”


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