The controversial manager shared the bizarre anecdote during a Clubhouse chat on Monday (November 14) and swore on his “dead homies” that he and Big U chased after Future in LAX because of the alleged debt.
“Me and Big U on a red eye flight to Atlanta,” Wack explained. “We comin’ through LAX. We coming through the security, putting our bag through the thing. Who we see on the other side? … We see Future and Ciara. When we come through the thing, I say, ‘Aye, homie. You got that money for Trick?’ He take off running.”
Wack continued on, claiming Future left Ciara behind and then later relied on Birdman to de-escalate the situation.
“I’m chasing the n-gga, on the dead homies… He left [Ciara]. He runs into the terminal – true story. He takes his phone out. He throws the phone at me on speaker. All I hear is Stunna’s voice. He say, ‘Wack, it’s me, Stunna. Talk to me.’ I say, ‘Stunna, I’m busy right now.’ He said, ‘Yeah, but I don’t want you to be, nephew. What’s going on?’ I say, ‘He owe Trick Trick a bag, my n-gga. … Either he gon’ pay or he finna get up and then he gon’ pay.’
While Big U has since come out and denied Wack’s chain of events, Doe Boy, who is signed to Future’s Freebandz label, posted a video to his socials to also push back on Wack’s claims.
“N-ggas start off just lying dawg, n-ggas say, ‘what’s the one bitch name? The singer bitch, his baby mama,’ bruh you know Ciara’s name stop playing bruh,” Doe Boy said. “N-ggas is crazy bruh, and then it don’t even sound realistic at all though like you tellin me you ran down on Pluto and Ciara? Oh you’s a bad mother fucker.”
Pluto replied with a few laughing emojis on the since-deleted video.
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Big U emphatically disputed the entire scenario as well, writing on his Instagram Story that he’d never even been in LAX with Wack 100.
“I. HAVE. NEVER. BEEN. N. .LAX AIRPORT. WITH. WACC100!! NOR DID WE RUN DOWN ON #FUTURE. (FACT),” he wrote. “I WISH YALL WOULD GET IT N YALL HEAD THESE PEOPLE LIE ALL DAY …. 10% TRUTH 90% THEM.
This isn’t the first time Wack has had some choice words for Future. Following the release of his latest album I NEVER LIKED YOU in April, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Wack 100 called Future’s catalog “dreary” and “one dimensional.”
“I’m just telling you his music is dreary and same, one-dimensional,” Wack said during yet another Clubhouse conversation. “I can’t listen or watch that n-gga on no stage for a hour, bro. That’s not hate, bro. I don’t think — you gotta understand. I don’t get high. Maybe you gotta be high.”