RZARZA isn’t pro-youth twerking according to a run in with TMZ.

According to TMZ, you have to grow up before getting down with twerking according to Wu-Tang Clan co founder and director, RZA.

When asked how he felt about Miley Cyrus twerking (sorry Rihanna) and if there should be an age limit on when to start shaking; RZA responded with a smirk, “at least 16… 18 would be better.”

RZA then references Canada’s drinking age (in certain regions ranges from 16 to 18 depending on parental supervision) restriction for youth to follow and decide when they should begin twerking.

RZA also mentions his mother being pregnant with him at the age of 16.

“I’m from the hood,” RZA explained, “we try to make [the hood] better…try to be more wise.”

RZA finished his comments on adolescent twerking with one piece of advice: “Don’t rush your childhood, it’s the shortest part of your life. It’s the best part and shortest part of your life.”

When asked his favorite part of his childhood, RZA stated “It [his childhood] ended at 11, I missed it. So my favorite part is watching my kids go through childhood.”

Be sure to look out for RZA + Paul Walker + David Bell’s movie currently being filmed now in Canada.

– John Weber (@JohnPaulWeber)