It looks like fans will have to wait to catch Drake and Wiz Khalifa on the same bill.
In a much-watched Ustream convo with fans on Thursday, Drizzy extended an invitation to Khalifa to join his upcoming Light Dreams and Nightmares Tour. However, the Pittsburgh MC said he won't be added to the Nightmares lineup, which also features Clipse and Bun B, and has decided to focus on his own Waken Baken string of dates.
"No disrespect to [Drake] or anybody else who might wanna see me do some more collaborative things, but to keep building and keep my brand as strong as what it is, I gotta keep focusing on what it is," Khalifa told XXLmag.com on Friday (August 20). "This is my first tour that I got coming up, the Waken Baken Tour. I gotta at least kick that off and make that what it is so we can do 10 more."
The Kush & OJ MC clarified that although he'll be working the performance circuit solo, it's all love when it comes to Drake. Khalifa confided that Drizzy's offer proves he's on the right track.
"Just the fact of cuz even extending his hand and me being on his radar is tight to me. It just lets me know that I'm doing what I need to be doing as far as staying relevant and staying poppin'," Khalifa said. "But I think to keep me poppin' and keep me relevant I gotta stay building on top of what I'm doing and what I been doing."
Khalifa also added that he needs to stay on his grind until he can stack paper like Drizzy.
"I was looking on the Internet and [saw] that [Drake] made $10 million this year," Khalifa said. "So maybe when I make $10 million, then we can tour."
The MC added that while he won't be an official Nightmares act, he may make a special appearance in certain cities.
"We can do like some special dates or some surprise guest-type thing, but I need 10 mil too, Drake," Khalifa said, ribbing the Toronto lyricist.
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