December 16, 2019

Wack 100 Reportedly Gets Knocked Out By Nipsey Hussle’s Bodyguard In LA + He Speaks Out!

Wack 100 Reportedly Gets Knocked Out By Nipsey Hussle’s Bodyguard In LA + He Speaks Out!
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It looks like things went down this weekend at Rolling Loud in Los Angeles.

Over the past couple months, Wack 100 has been giving several comments about Nipsey Hussle, and his overall legacy.

It all begin during a conversation with TMZ why he felt the late rapper isn’t a legend.

“What’s a legend? Define a legend?” Wack began. “Let’s keep it real. If Dr. Dre died right now we would say we lost a legend, right? Based upon what? Numbers, right? Body of work. How many albums did Nipsey drop? One album. This not no personal shit I’m talking about. This just some real shit… We have to define what the fuck a legend is.”

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When you call a spade a spade they wanna make a face card a Spade – Naw the question was Legend in Music… And because I’m not acting like the sheep following others across the field they find a way to distract you from the real topic which was “LEGEND IN MUSIC “ …. All the other shit don’t concern me. I don’t know this mans financial profolio nor do I care. But what I do know is the “Music” stats. @troubleman31 Your far from slow & you yourself stated “BEFORE” wasn’t the “AFTER” Now ima let y’all mental midgets argue bout that …… Wack gone stand strong in what he believe in and can prove with facts. The Yessa Master shit or I jumped cause he jumped ain’t the ways of a stand alone man… I can do this dance all day long you know why —- Cause what’s deemed to be a legend in music has been documented for many many moons ….. Now for the next 10 hrs I wanna see you clowns go crazy about the mans words that you say ain’t relevant !! #BAN

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The latest conversation came with Nick Cannon, as he gave spoke about his recent comments.

“You’re missing the point. I’m not involving myself with who he was as a father or what he was to his community because I don’t know what his portfolio was,” Wack explains. “I don’t know! But what I do know, and if I don’t know it I can go check, is the stats of music. I said he had a few joints that I personally felt should have went. I named the joints! I think if he would have been around long enough—a little longer—maybe he could have got to that status. But for me, to give him that ‘legend’ word means we have to go back and we have to give LL, Dr. Dre, Cube and all these other people a different moniker.”