Last night chaos took over The Agora as Waka Flocka Flame blessed the stage for one of the most dynamic performances I’ve ever witnessed with my own two eyes. As it slowly inched toward his set time, you could feel the pressure in the room building with the crowd growing increasingly more rambunctious. The general standing area was shoulder to shoulder all the way to the back of the room, and all we wanted was to see Flocka put on a show for us.

Let me tell you, he did not disappoint. Within a matter of seconds I saw a rap concert turn into a ‘90s punk show, with four fights breaking out before the halfway point—one of which Flocka himself jumped into the crowd to break up. Since he was already down there, he decided it was time to play another bass heavy banger and jump around with us, which was easily the highlight of the night. I had to claw my way through the middle of the crowd just to find a wall where I could catch my breath, and also catch the sweat pouring from my face.

The night ended with Waka Flocka Flame building a human pyramid filled with ass-shaking ladies because, well…it’s Waka; why not. For anyone thinking about seeing him live, I advise you to come prepared. Waka Flocka Flame in concert is NOT for the weak.

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