Wack 100 accused Blacc Sam of removing late Nipsey Hussle’s feature from the new album


Wack 100 calls out Nipsey Hussle’s brother Blacc Sam for removing the late rapper’s verse from his latest album The Game.

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Wack 100 killed Blacc Sam for removing Nipsey Hussle’s posthumous verse

The Wack 100 game manager recently went to the clubhouse on August 12th. A video of his visit was shared on YouTube a day later on August 13.

In the clip, Wack talks candidly about Blacc Sam’s just-released LP.

According to reports, the Compton, California rapper’s album is called Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind.

In addition, the veteran rap executive admitted that Blacc Sam, whose real name is Samiel Asghedom, demanded that the song, which featured his late brother Nipsey Hussle, be removed.

The collaborative track was titled “World Tours”, but was removed just hours before the release of Drillmatic.

Wack began by mentioning, “I got an email from my attorney at about 7:30, an hour and a half before he went down. Nipsey’s brother demanded it be pulled.’

He added: “These n***as are in their feelings.”

Wack then continued, “You notice you got Meek Mill and a lot of people over there, Wack really doesn’t know what to do.

He claimed: ‘Anyone [The Game] works with, works with. His ass is not my ass. The Game done driving around LA, he was the biggest Nipsey fan ever.”

Wack 100 Accuses Blacc Sam Of Being ‘Selfish’

Wack 100 further claimed that Blacc Sam’s emotions are affecting his business. He added that they have nearly 80 unreleased Nipsey Hussle songs. However, Sam missed several opportunities to release them.

According to Wack, “The dude over there doesn’t get it [music] runs a business, makes T-shirts.”

He said, “The song The Game, Nipsey doesn’t do anything but push the memory of Nipsey.”

Wack then continued, “He didn’t come here to play music or promote music, so it’s just a memory of Nipsey. So at the end of the day I think Blacc Sam is making the mistake of being selfish with his anger…probably towards me. But he totally ignores the recognition Game has given Nipsey since he’s been gone.’

Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind dropped on Friday, August 12th. The album features full-length tracks from major rappers such as Kanye West, Pusha T, and Roddy Ricch, among many others.

Meanwhile, Nipsey Hussle’s name is about to be inaugurated on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.


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