Wiz Khalifa Tells Esquire He's "Learning To Sue People" [PHOTOS]
Wiz Khalifa gracing the pages of Esquire magazine? Why not? The Pittsburgh is featured in the May 2013 issue of the publication and talks about some of the habits he has been picking up, including suing people.
The "Work Hard, Play Hard" rapper tells Esquire:
On His Sound: "I'm about partying, so my songs are usually just about smoking weed and having fun. When somebody isn't having a great day, I like to be the guy that takes that load off your back."
On Getting His: "This is a serious job. It's why I'm constantly at odds with friends and family — they don't understand why I go so hard, why I never stop. But I like learning new things. Right now, I'm learning to sue people and get my money. After talking to people who work for Donald Trump — smart, successful people — I've realized I gotta go after all that. That's what I'm going to do that I didn't last year."
Well, earlier this month, it was reported that the Taylor Gang rapper is suing a concert promoter for a cool $1 million. Check out the full story from the music and fashion spread, which also includes an interview with Ne-Yo and Gary Clark, Jr, over at Esquire.
Check out a few flicks from the photo shoot (Wiz is rocking a $575 shirt and $575 wool trousers by Alexander Wang along with $339 leather boots by Vintage Shoe Company, by the way), in the gallery.
Photos: Esquire/Ture Lillegraven