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Waka Flocka Flame Stars in Blunt Roller Parody, Says He Received 60,000 Applications After Offering Job for $50,000 [WATCH]

by   Nov 13, 2014 16:47 PM EST

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Back in September, Waka Flocka Flame announced that he was hiring a personal blunt roller and offering $50,000 for the job. The rapper-turned-Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta star recently starred in a parody and revealed that he received 60,000 applications for the blunt-roller position.

In the Funny or Die parody, Waka sifts through résumés and pokes fun at some of the applicants as he fires up. At the end, he ultimately decides to just hire the entire FOD staff, which proves to be an iffy move after an employee offers the rapper an "open face blunt."

Check out the hilarious clip after the jump:

TMZ recently caught up with Waka, and he told the entertainment news outlet that he has been flooded with more than 60,000 applications.

"We're going through the papers right now and there's over 60,000 résumés," he revealed. "There's people literally cursing me out, like 'How you not gonna offer [me the job], when you know I'm the right motherf--ker?'"

All of these options has without a doubt made the selection process difficult, but Waka says finding the perfect roller is essential since he cannot do it himself.

"I'm terrible, I suck, and I really don't have time," he admitted.

Upon the announcement of his $50,000 job, comedic actor Seth Rogen also threw his hat into the ring. He reportedly made the announcement via Instagram, encouraging his followers and fans to submit their best work along with the hashtag #ICANROLL.

Aside from his blunt-roller search, Waka recently joined a new foundation to help fight against extreme energy poverty and the Ebola virus. As reported by Vibe, the Atlanta rapper has teamed up with solar energy company WakaWaka to help bring awareness to those living in electricity-stricken areas of the world.

"This simple yet brilliant idea can literally bring people out of the dark in parts of the world that are indeed suffering," he said in a statement.

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