The Game’s longtime manager Wack 100 inserted himself into the Meek Mill and 6ix9ine debacle on Sunday (February 14). In an Instagram video posted not long after the parking lot confrontation, the veteran music executive criticized Meek for not fighting the rainbow-loving rapper when given the opportunity.
But according to Meek, it was all a setup and another poor attempt at reeling him back into trouble.
“The headline should be: he waited outside a restaurant and popped up with the cops recording with his phone out!” he tweeted. “He tried to line me up to go to jail!”
The headline should be: he waited outside a restaurant and popped up with the cops recording with his phone out! He tried to line me up to go to jail! https://t.co/gWAK3AEnbG
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) February 14, 2021
Wack 100 wasn’t convinced and took Meek’s perceived inaction as a sign of weakness, but Meek begs to differ. In a since-deleted Instagram post, the Dream Chasers boss shared audio of Wack allegedly backstabbing one of his good friends and accused him of being a federal agent.
“This is @wack100 talking behind his ‘blood homie’ back to me when he supposed to be smoke!” he wrote in the caption. “Never believe this old manipulator. He really pussy and will have you crash to protect hisself… It’s sad you out here tryna mislead the youngins on the net… You run up on me if you wanna set a example!
“You biting your homie back out to opps while it’s on, LOL. You were excited from that Nip situation IDK how they let you rock in LA… I think you a Fed also! Didn’t you just get shot off the net? LOL #Wack100Exposed I love going at you fake bullies.”
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The bad blood between Meek and Wack 100 has been simmering for years. Wack was forced to play mediator between Game and Meek over snitching allegations involving the robbery of Sean Kingston in 2016. Two years later, he penned an Instagram post saying he was putting their beef to rest.
“Had beef wit a n-gga that could’ve ended in bloodshed either way,” Game wrote at the time. “We had differences but when it all boiled down, we were once friends in & out of music. As young African American men we grew up in similar situations where a lifespan for us was 21 years of age & that is still the age in which most of us coming from where we come from think we’ll never make it to.”
Although things were momentarily cool between them all, Meek was inflamed again when Wack claimed the late Nipsey Hussle wasn’t a legend in December 2019. Taking to Twitter, he defended Nip and wrote, “Nipsey a legend and the definition of [a] real black man!”