Los Angeles, CA – Wack 100 became a trending Twitter topic on Monday morning (December 16). The longtime music manager was allegedly attacked by Nipsey Hussle’s former bodyguard J Roc backstage at Rolling Loud Los Angeles on Sunday night (December 15).

In the clip, Wack is noticeably heated as he fights through a sea of people in what social media is assuming is an attempt to locate J Roc. It sounds like Wack shouts, “Roc knocked me out!”

However, Wack has denied he was on the receiving end of a beatdown and addressed the allegations via Instagram while showing off his scratch-free face.

“I don’t know if y’all hate me that much, but Wack’s still on top,” he says in the clip. “Somebody talkin’ about somebody whoop Wack’s ass. Listen, try again. Next time you send a muthafucka, you send a muthafucka that know how to run. You send a muthafucka that wanna fight. Nah … Wack didn’t take no L’s. Try again. Close but no cigar.”

He wrote in the caption, “Whooping Wacks ass takes more than words it takes a action ! Glad to see I still control the narrative.”

Wack has made several controversial comments about the slain rapper in the wake of Nip’s March 31 death. Most recently, he asserted Nipsey wasn’t a legend because he didn’t have the numbers to back it up.

“What’s a legend?” he told TMZ earlier this month. “Define a legend. Let’s keep it real. If Dr. Dre died right now, we’d say we lost a legend, right? Based upon what? Numbers, right? Body of work, right? How many albums did Nipsey drop? One album, right? This not no personal shit. This is real shit.”

As a result, he caught the wrath of several of Nip’s peers, including Meek Mill and T.I. who adamantly disagreed with Wack’s assessment.

Although Wack disputes the beatdown claims, social media isn’t so convinced. Check out some of the comments below.