Wack 100 is once again taking to Clubhouse to express his polarizing views. The controversial music manager took to his favorite platform to accuse YFN Lucci of snitching, hence why authorities believe Young Thug allegedly approved a prison hit on him.

“Lucci’s name ain’t this case. Lucci on the victim’s side. So Lucci telling,” Wack said. “Ain’t none of us know how this shit about to go. These people ain’t show their real hand yet. They showing the bare minimum my n-gga. Remember I told you that. I hope [Thug] do come home, but we’re just being real about it.”

Wack’s latest accusations will definitely not sit well with the friends and fans of YFN Lucci, but that should come as no surprise considering how often Wack 100’s comments upset people. His latest allegations came after he beefed with Jay Electronica earlier in May after making comments about the Nation of Islam that didn’t sit well with the Roc Nation signee. Despite Jay biting back, Wack continued to fan the flames by calling into question Jay’s relevance as an MC.

“THE MAN OF NO HITS..EAT A [sliced cucumber emoji],” Wack wrote on Instagram below a screenshot of the New Orleans rapper’s initial response. “NOW PRESS DAT.”


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Wack continued his response in another Instagram post, writing, “Your Nobody to ask I asked the man in front of me @brotherbenx and he answered the question. I’ve never known the N.O.I to duck a question. That’s what their there for to educate am I not right?

“You strike back with anger because a Black Man asked another Black Man a question to gain understanding !! Your fresh out of Ramadan with this behavior with this attitude !! Poor representation of what this movement stands for.”

Wack’s comments come as YFN Lucci remains behind bars a year after he was charged in a 105-count Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) indictment alongside 11 others. In March, Lucci claimed he was stabbed by a fellow inmate at the Fulton County Jail, and legal documents revealed a bounty had been placed on his head. The Atlanta-bred rapper begged the judge to sentence him to house arrest, but to no avail.

Young Thug and Gunna also remain behind bars at Fulton County Jail for their own RICO case. The YSL duo were both denied bond on Wednesday (May 11) during video appearances in front of Judge Robert Wolf. According to court documents obtained by WSB-TV Atlanta, prosecutors have argued that two associates of YSL named Christian Eppinger and Antonio Sumlin asked Young Thug for permission before trying to murder YFN Lucci.

Listen to the full Clubhouse session below.