Waka Flocka Flame will have to perform his next few concerts in North Carolina without his security team. The State of North Carolina Protective Services Board has issued a cease and desist letter to Waka, saying Flocka’s security is unlicensed in the state .
According to TMZ, the Protective Services Board mentioned the past incident with Waka Flocka’s security returning gun fire to various cars after their tour bus was shot at. North Carolina refuses to allow Waka Flocka to have any members of his entourage in any security detail in public or private while they’re in the state. If Flocka or his team defy the state regulations, Flocka and company will face criminal charges.
People close to Waka Flocka’s camp say the Protective Services Board is just trying to harass the rapper. The source also says the rapper and his team have the right to defend themselves as they see fit and are looking into legal defense strategies.