Wack 100 made some controversial comments about the late Nipsey Hussle over the weekend, once again ruffling the feathers not only Nip’s loyal fanbase but Meek Mill and T.I. as well.
This time, the veteran music manager was caught outside of The Game’s 40th birthday party in Los Angeles where he explained why Neighborhood Nip wasn’t a legend. After catching a decent amount of heat for his opinion, Wack hit up Instagram to let people know he’s unfazed.
‘The post reads: “SAY WHAY YA WANT. WHEN I SPEAK IM HEARD. #VALLEY.”
He elaborated in the comment section, “If I wasn’t who ‘YOU’ say ‘I’ was it wouldn’t matter ….. And to you PHD threateners remember this .. I WAS DOING WHAT YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO DO BEFORE YOU.. I GOT MEDICAL AND BAIL MONEY DO YOU ? B.A.N #Valley #Piru certified.”
Wack has been one of Nip’s outspoken critics in the wake of his death, calling the posthumous love “fake.”
Last month, he appeared to defend Nip’s alleged killer Eric Holder. In a leaked audio clip, he explained Holder was simply doing what he had to do as a gang member.
“Shitty Cuz, the alleged gunman, when it comes to the rules of engagement of gang banging, he did what he was supposed to do when another gang banger calls you a faggot, a pedophile or a snitch,” he said. “You supposed to handle your business. And can’t nobody say that’s wrong.”
At the insistence of Nip’s former manager Eugene “Big U” Henley, Wack apologized but ultimately walked back that apology during an interview with the No Jumper podcast a few days later.