When Kanye West announced his new highly anticipated album is now titled WAVES, everyone had an opinion. Some thought it was dope, others thought he was perpetrating and not showing proper respect to the founder of the movement, Max B. Since the ruckus has died down ( Khalifa & West have reportedly made amends now) Max B, who is currently serving a 75-year sentence for armed robbery, aggravated assault, kidnapping, and murder, recently called into Power 105’s the Breakfast Club from prison to discuss how he feels about the incident:
It’s all love. I appreciate it. I’m flattered that dudes is even acknowledging the situation. Everybody know I’m an innovator. Everybody know I got imagination. I come up with these words and these slogans and these catch phrases and it’s all good when the people follow suit. I like Kanye, I appreciate it. I love it, thank you.
Although he lacks a relationship with West, the wavy curator isn’t offended by the album title.
He ain’t drop a diss record, he just called his album WAVES. And everybody know I’m the wavy daddy
Bigavelli appreciated Wiz’s efforts, though for acknowledging his work and defending him.
Wiz good people. I never met Wiz neither, but he good people.
Max B also explains DJ Scoob Doo’s Waves documentary has no affiliation with his camp and does not have his blessing, but confirms that he does have a documentary coming soon. He ended the call shouting out his family and friends — including French Montana.
Peep the short convo below.
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