If there’s one thing about Wack 100, he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty — whenever, wherever. That was evident last December when he wound up going a few rounds with some random white guys at a Primo Burgers drive-thru in Lancaster, California. So it comes as no surprise The Game’s longtime manager is calling out Meek Mill for not laying hands on 6ix9ine during Sunday morning’s (February 14) awkward parking lot run-in.

Wack 100 voiced his thoughts via Instagram and brought up Meek’s 2017 brawl with Safaree while condemning Meek for not handling business this time.

“@safaree was chased down right #SelectivePoliticing -I keep it real,” he wrote in the caption. “If any man I gotta issue with approached me in a threatening way you will be attacked. Your team against mine if that’s the set up. Either way it’s suppose to be smoke . #RattsUp1 – Fact YOU GOT PULLED UP ON —— DONT GRAB THE CAMERA BALL YA FIST UP OR GRAB THE PEACE MAKER.”

Benzino chimed in with, “We live in a fkd time now, shit like this never happened before, this shit different out here,” to which Wack replied, “@iambenzino bro you know after all the disrespect and we see each other and the rat Is the aggressor ! Don’t matter the security it’s on — JUST BE A RAPPER – Kill the street n-gga shit cause that wasn’t it.”

 

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Wack followed up with another Instagram post related to the incident — this time on video. He indicated 6ix9ine won that round with a carefully selected rat emoji and the numeral “1” next to it. He added in the caption, “IF YOUR WORRIED ABOUT THE CONSEQUENCE OF A BEEF STOP BEEFING.”

In the clip, he’s very open about how disappointed he is by how some rappers today handle their so-called beef.

“All you suckas and cowards making excuses, fuck that,” he says. “The rat’s up one. Microphones is zero. Rappers is zero. Everybody see what happened. This is real shit. All you n-ggas, yo’ lyrics, the way you carry yourself, you pop that shit when the ball is in your court, but n-gga when it’s go time, it’s go time.”

He continued, “N-gga pulled up, spittin’ out his mouth, talking greasy. N-gga that’s a disgrace to the city you from. If you worried about the police, stop addressing the n-igga.”

 

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Wack probably isn’t too far off. Meek has had numerous troubles with the law and was sentenced to two to four years in prison for a probation violation stemming from a 2009 gun possession charge.

Judge Genece Brinkley, who’d been overseeing his case since the beginning, was highly criticized for her handling of the high profile case. After Brinkley ruled Meek would stay in prison until his next appeal hearing, the PA Supreme Court thought otherwise and granted his bail in April 2018 after roughly five months behind bars.

Whatever the case, Meek wasn’t trying to fight 6ix9ine and instead, whipped out his camera to film the confrontation. Check it out below.

 

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