The Wack 100 is calling on Nipsey Hussle’s brother Blacc Sam for dropping the late rapper’s verse from The Game’s latest album.
Here’s everything you need to know.
100 Uproar Blacc Sam Removes Nipsey Hussle’s Posthumous Verses
The game’s manager, Wack 100, recently went to the clubhouse on August 12th. A video of his visit was shared on YouTube on August 13, a day later.
In the clip, Wack speaks candidly about Blacc Sam’s just-released LP.
According to the report, the Compton, California rapper’s album title is Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind.
Furthermore, the veteran rap executive admitted that Blacc Sam, whose real name was Samiel Asghedom, demanded the removal of a song featuring the late Nipsey Hussle.
The collaboration track was called ‘World Tours’, but was removed within hours of Drillmatic’s release.
‘I got the email from the lawyer about 7:30, an hour and a half before the email dropped,’ Wack said. Nipsey’s brother demanded to pull it out.’
“These guys are engulfed in emotions,” he added.
Wack went on to say, ‘You knew Meek Mill and a lot of people there. Wack really doesn’t make eye contact.
He said, ‘Anyone [The Game] He works together. His shit is not mine. The game revolved around LA and he was Nipsey’s biggest supporter.’
Wack 100 accuses Blacc Sam of being ‘selfish’
The Wack 100 also claimed that Blacc Sam’s feelings were affecting his business. He added that Nipsey Hussle had nearly 80 unreleased songs. However, Sam missed a number of opportunities to release it.
According to Wack, ‘the friend over there is [music] Business, he makes t-shirts.’
He said, ‘The Game, Nipsey song is just a job to remember Nipsey’.
Wack continued, ‘He didn’t come to drop music or promote it, he just remembered Nipsey. So at the end of the day, it seems that Blacc Sam is selfishly angry about what he did wrong. Maybe it’s towards me. But he’s completely ignoring the recognition Game has given him since Nipsey left.’
Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind fell on Friday 12th August. The album contains feature tracks from major rappers such as Kanye West, Pusha T, and Roddy Ricch.
Meanwhile, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is set to name Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles.