Wack 100 Checks Blacc Sam For Nipsey Hussle Verse Removal


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Wack 100 would be furious after the succession of Nipsey Hussle demanded the removal of the late rapper’s verse from The gameit is Drillmatic workshop scrapbook. Wack 100 then called out Samiel “Blacc Sam” Asghedom while stating that the move to the domain was from an emotional place.

Taking to his favorite Clubhouse bracket, Wack 100 shared some strong words regarding Blacc Sam and the 11th hour removal of Neighbor Nip’s verse from a Drillmatic title entitled “World Tours” according to the title list.

“I got an email from my lawyer around 7:30 p.m., an hour and a half before he was down. Nipsey’s brother asked that he be taken down,” Wack said, adding, “These niggas be in their feelings. You notice you have Meek Mill and a bunch of people there with Wack who really disagree.

Wack went on to say that the issues he was having with Nipsey Hussle should have nothing to do with his artist.

“Anyone who [The Game] work with, he works with. His shit ain’t my shit. The game went around LA, he was Nipsey’s biggest fan ever,” Wack continued.

The core of Wack’s comments came after he suggested that Blacc Sam was not business savvy and was blocking opportunities to release new material to support the field.

“The Game, Nipsey’s song is just working on a memory of Nipsey. He’s not here to release music or promote music, so it’s just a Nipsey keepsake. So at the end of the day, I think where Blacc Sam is wrong is he’s being selfish with his anger,” Wack said.

Wack 100’s comments can be heard in the YouTube video below.

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