Wale is known to never hold his tongue on certain issues such as racism, social injustice and more. He spoke about how fans choose whether or not to support controversial artists. During his interview he even mentioned that there is an artist out right now that is beloved by everyone, but has so much controversy behind them.
Headkrack remembers when Busta Rhymes spoke out about injustice and received a Mountain Dew campaign. People are going to support who they want to when they want. Wale will continue to be the artist he is and express his thoughts.
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