Rapper Waka Flocka and his wife Tammy Rivera are apparently keeping things spicy in their marriage.
The pair tied the knot five years ago and they’re showing folks that they’re still just as attracted to each other since when they first met 10 years ago. Rivera uploaded a photo of her and the “Round of Applause” rapper’s seemingly current interview with DJ Big Tiny of Atlanta. They apparently were just leaving from the singer’s rehearsals.
In the photo, Rivera appeared to be speaking to the DJ as Flocka sat by her side, seemingly staring at her in a daze. The 32-year-old mother of one called her husband out and wrote in her post, “@djbigtiny caught a off guard of me and waka after my rehearsals but Wth is my husband looking at me like his prey???….”
Fans chimed in underneath her post, poking fun at Waka for looking at his wife in a seemingly lustful manner.
” @charliesangelll cause you looking like a whole snack 😍 sus. He was plotting 😂😍😍💪🏽.”
“That’s love and lust 😍😍 man I love y’all ! You got it on LOCK SUS 🧞♀️🤷🏽♀️.”
“Cause you are !!!! @wakaflocka be ready to eat you 😩😂😂 he said f–k rehearsal he ready to get home and dog that s–t out 😂❤️.”
“He got that Mortal Kombat ‘get over here’ Scorpion vc look 😂😂 he tryna have baby number two.”
Waka commented himself and wrote, “Mann ya’ll caught me 😡🤣.”
Other people claimed he was looking at the interviewer and not Rivera.
“If y’all look carefully he wasn’t looking at her. He was looking on the side.”
“He wasn’t even looking at her 🙄.”
Rivera and Waka celebrated their fifth year of marriage this January. He surprised her with a new custom-made diamond ring and the two had an lavish wedding ceremony, something they never experienced when eloping.
“Today my dream has come true,” Rivera told People magazine at the time. “I am marrying my best friend and soulmate all over again. When God made Waka, he wrote my name beside his.”
Waka admitted that he knew the R&B artist would be his wife one day after first meeting her. He also told Atlanta Black Star in January, that his wife changed him for the better.
“She helped me make better decisions, and that’s what I love about her,” he said. “She became a friend. … She fought it out with me. … That’s my woman, it’s not for me to brag about or talk about.”