Video: When Wiz Khalifa Was 17

Wiz Khalifa

Before Wiz Khalifa was riding high on the charts and dating Amber Rose, the “Black and Yellow” rapper was selling mixtapes in his school hallway, getting his name tatted on his arm, laughing to episodes of “Chappelle’s Show” and “The Boondocks,” and being rescued by his mother when his used Pontiac Bonneville broke down. Flash back to 2004 with Wiz on MTV’s “When I Was 17.”

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  1. Neickha

    Awe, He’s cute, But he still looks 17 today…


    Weber from Brazil Reply:

    @Neickha, NO WAY
    nowadays he looks scary…FUGLY
    plus he looks like Tyler James Williams from ‘Everybody Hates Chris’ here lol
    don’t know why these guys like to put THAT much of tatoos on their skins to look mannish or somethin’
    damm, just be original…
    look at Usher, he’s so sexy without those pounds of tatoos
    I think a guy doesn’t need to put so much tatoos on his skin to be confident
    it’s so much more about his attitude!


    doosey Reply:

    @Weber from Brazil, shut up wiz is sexy and this is coming from a lesbian, 17 or 21 point blank he’s sexyyy way beyond you


    brittany Reply:

    @Neickha, lol


  2. Olkainry

    @Neickha LOL


  3. Mr Xclusive

    WHEN WIZ KHALIFA WAS 17…he was a pothead


  4. Yes Sir

    He paid dues!!


  5. Ann

    I saw this show this morning.


  6. maya

    He was ugly then & ugly now…


  7. Your Father

    Dude looks like Chris from Everybody Hates Chris…NO LIE


    Mr Xclusive Reply:

    @Your Father, lmao


  8. Elmito

    When I was seventeen, I drank some very good beer, I drank some very good beer I purchased with a fake ID, My name was Brian McGee.


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