Wack 100 has shared his thoughts on the ongoing DaBaby and Brandon Bills situation. As DaniLeigh’s brother seeks legal action against DaBaby for his bowling alley beatdown earlier this month, the veteran rap manager took to social media to call the whole feud a sham.
“I called it!!” Wack 100 wrote on Instagram. “We gotta do this different it’s all a set up. Talk the shit call you out then when it happens FILE THE LAW SUITE !! It’s their New Come Up,” The Game also soon dropped in to cosign Wack’s claim by dropping a “100” emoji.
The comments come after Brandon Bills decided to sue DaBaby for assault, battery, emotional distress and negligence as a result of his beating at a California bowling alley earlier this month that was caught on camera. According to reports from TMZ, Brandon Bills is claiming he walked by DaBaby in the bowling alley when the rapper attacked him out of nowhere and left him with “severe injury and pain.”
DaniLeigh’s brother added he did not fight back and that the assault left him with both physical and psychological scars, along with medical bills and disability. DaBaby has pushed back on these claims and said the beatdown was done in self-defense, but law enforcement is reportedly investigating the North Carolina rapper for assault with a deadly weapon since Brandon Bills was kicked in the head while on the ground.
As for Wack 100, he made headlines a few days ago after he told Complex he was officially representing controversial New York rapper 6i9ine.
“I got full control and say,” he said of the arrangement. “It started off as a business partner situation, but I’m over his next project. He’s still signed to Create [Music Group] and 10K, that’s his label. I’m taking the reins on the management side to make sure everything is right, and the rollout is right.
“What he gets with me is a guy answering his phone calls and emails. He gets a guy that makes sure his marketing is right, his radio is right, his pub is right, his splits are right. And he gets the resources I have to open those doors up that may have been closed on him.”