West Coast rapper Game‘s manager Wack 100 is speaking up. The hip-hop executive has come forward to share his thoughts on jailed rap artist Tekashi 6ix9ine allegedly securing a $10 million record deal.
On Wednesday, Wack hit up Instagram to keep it 100 on Tekashi’s rumored contract.
“Listen, I gotta speak on this. Everybody talking about 6ix9ine and this $10 million deal. First off, that’s some Internet sh*t. Ain’t nobody seen no paperwork. Second of all, whatever these people want to do with their money, whoever they want to invest in, that’s they business. That’s they right. Third, stop blaming him. It’s his fans. It’s his fan base. It’s his fans that make him popular. The popularity brings streams and streams bring revenue. Any businessman would do business with this kid. Y’all keep crossing the streets with the building and the building don’t gotta abide by the code of the streets. So all you n*ggas running around here crying and mad, go step your game up or figure out something – stop crying about business and what business is. It’s just what it is. It’s 2019. Ain’t 1989 anymore. West.”
On Sunday, Game shared his disgust in 6ix9ine getting a deal from behind bars after testifying against his former affiliates in a drug trafficking case.
Last week, footage surfaced of Wack 100’s client Blueface saying 6ix9ine isn’t welcomed in Los Angeles.
A few days ago, rap artists Talib Kweli and Snoop Dogg weighed-in on reports claiming 6ix9ine secured a record deal despite being behind bars.