(AlHipHop News) BET executive Stephen G. Hill and rapper Waka Flocka Flame were close to being embroiled in a Hip-Hop beef that started on Twitter, but the conflict has likely been averted.
Hill is the VP of music programming and an avid user of Twitter. After Waka Flocka performed at the BET Hip-Hop Awards, Hill stated, BET Hip-Hop Awards. The show was going so well and then Waka Flak-ed. Yeah. I said it. Waka. Flocka. Flamed. Out. like it or not,hes popular. Wanted to give a shot #mistake.
Hill made the remark, because Waka jumped off stage during his performance of Hard in the Paint and No Hands, which was a move that was not rehearsed.
Waka responded with tweets angrily directed at Hill.
Flocka said, How the f**k u invite Waka Flocka and hate when i jump N the crowd to connect more wit fans and friends .. #rappers R robots lol I THAK [sic] BET AS A WHOLE ..99% SHOULD I SAY ITS JUST THAT 1% IS A DUCK A** NI**A I KNO [sic] KIDS HATE WHEN THEY PARENTS GET ON TWITTER AND ACT LAME IS F**K.
Hill recanted his initial statement after the wrong song played first forcing Waka to improvise in his own frenetic way.
"Let's you and me talk. Bring your manager. I should NOT have sent that first text...but there's some learning here. You in?" Hill said.
Waka has not responded.
The BET Hip Hop Awards 2010 airs on October 12.