Waka Flocka Pulls His Foot Out Of His Mouth And Apologizes For Calling Oprah An ‘Ugly B****’

November 22, 2013  |  

Source: WENN

Mama always said, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, keep your mouth shut.” Unfortunately, Waka Flocka may not have received the memo. Earlier this week footage surfaced of the Atlanta rapper making some pretty vile comments about media maven Oprah Winfrey. In the offensive video, which doesn’t appear to be all that recent, Waka and a group of friends begin discussing the OWN Network owner’s wealth and whether or not they’d sleep with her if given the chance.

“That’s my type of woman,” says one friend.

“She got that million dollar p***y,” another friend distastefully chimes in.

“I don’t wanna f*** that ugly b****,” Waka added.

It’s not really clear how long ago the video was filmed, but once acquired by Radar Online, it went viral pretty quickly. One of the men who were in the room at the time that the footage was captured, later explained the conversation.

“Waka and some of his crew members were having a random conversation about what celebrities they would like to have sex with and Oprah came up.”

The soon-to-be Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star has since addressed the comment he made in the video and offered an apology to Lady O.

“I feel obligated to take responsibility for my actions and publicly apologize to Oprah,” Waka told TMZ.

“My remarks about you were both extremely unnecessary and disrespectful. This regretful situation made me look at women and how I address them in a more responsible way.”

He adds that his tell-it-like-it-is mom, Deb Antney, was also pretty disgusted when she saw the video.

What do you think of Waka’s apology?

Jazmine Denise is an entertainment and celebrity news blogger. Follow her on Twitter @jazminedenise.

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