"When I do good deeds, I don't never record or take pictures because why would I catch a person at they lowest point in life?"
Waka Flocka Flame has recently criticized people who film themselves while helping the needy. According to the rapper, doing so actually humiliates the poor.
In a video posted on Instagram by Rap, Waka pointed out that it’s not a good idea to hit the record button when doing charitable deeds. Because having the experience should be enough.
“You know what? When I do good deeds, I don’t never record or take pictures because why would I catch a person at they lowest point in life?”
He likewise added:
“I don’t need a visual of what I did right. 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 they self feeding the homeless or feeding somebody that needs help, to me, you corny as f*ck, man.”
While Waka’s message was pretty vague and did not mention any names, he received a lot of support from netizens, agreeing with his view.
One commenter wrote:
“YouTubers ain’t gonna like this.”
“You don’t need to make yourself seem like a good person on the internet when you already are.”
The video eventually gained mixed reactions after it went viral online. For example, one YouTube user defended:
“There’s nothing wrong with filming yourself doing good deeds, it’s to show the rest of the world that people actually care, it’s not about the person who’s doing a good deed, its to encourage other people to step up to the plate and make a difference.”
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