Waka Flocka Dedicates Life To ‘Suicide Prevention’ For Brother

How Waka Flocka Flame Is Honoring His Late Brother

Waka Flocka Dedicates Life To ‘Suicide Prevention’ For Brother!

You won’t hear this on TMZ, oh no, it’s a positive thing about a black man. That’s why you will hear it here at CelebNMusic247.com because we are about positivity, enlightenment and uplifting the culture with a sprinkle of tea spills here and there. Read on for more on how Waka Flocka Flame dedicates Life To ‘Suicide Prevention’ his brother Kayo…

CelebNMusic247.com reports that rapper turned reality star Waka Flocka Flame has decided on a life change. He is turning the page on his life with a new chapter, he says , “I am dedicating my life to suicide prevention.”

Waka Flocka Flame reportedly retired from the rap game in 2018, and has made being a husband and manager to Tammy Rivera his business, as shown on their WEtv reality show, “Waka & Tammy.”

But Waka Flocka Flame is adding a new feather to his hat. The “O Let’s Do It” rapper wants to lend his influence and real life experience to suicide prevention and awareness.

Waka recently tweeted:

I’m officially dedicating my life to suicide prevention and mental illness!!! Y’all not alone Waka Flocka Flame is with y’all now!!!!

He continued on in a series of Tweets that read:

What Changed Waka Flocka’s Life Forever:

If you recall, back in 2013, Waka lost his 27-year-old brother Kayo Redd (real name Coades Scott) to suicide after being bullied on social media. He died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Perhaps Kayo’s death is the reason for Waka Flocka Flame’s retirement in the first place.

In an episode of Viceland’s “The Therapist,” Waka revealed:

Before my little brother killed himself, I didn’t pick up the phone. And I seen him call. I’m like, ‘F*ck, let me call Kayo back soon as this sh*t over with.’ I call him back; no answer…I don’t know who else he called, but what if I picked that call up? That’s when I said, ‘Yo, this rap sh*t? F*ck this rap sh*t!’ I’m trying to work so much to keep everybody happy, that reality is going by.

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