West Coast hip-hop manager Wack 100 has an opinion on Stitches‘ interest in fighting Kanye West. The respected music executive thinks Stit could have the upperhand if they ever face-off.

This week, Wack commented to Stit calling out Yeezy and said he’d bet on the Florida native to come up victorious.


Stit lit social media on fire this week after publicly calling out Ye in the name of his music rival Taylor Swift.

“Listen up, I want all my fans to go to Taylor Swift’s page and write, ‘Go listen to Stitches new ‘I Don’t Want To Live Forever’ remix. And listen up Taylor, I’m with ya baby. Next time I see Kanye West, I’m gonna knock him the f*ck out for you. Yeah, I promise that and after that, I’m gonna lick your a**. Yeah, you can come. Ex-drug dealer and we can have a drug-dealing baby. You know what I’m saying? Yeah. I love all of Taylor Swift’s fans. I love Taylor Swift too. Ooouuu. Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, thank God they made ya. It’s time to have a baby.”


Last fall, Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian talked about the never-ending Swift beef.

Chatting with Billboard for its latest cover story, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 35, said that she wishes there was no more bad blood with the “Shake It Off” singer, 26. “Ugh, do we really have to talk about Taylor Swift? … I’m so over it,” Kardashian told the publication with a laugh. “If it were up to Kanye, it all would probably never have come out. He can handle it, he has no hard feelings. He doesn’t even really care. I just wanted to protect my husband. I saw him getting a lot of s–t.” (Us Weekly)

Days prior, Kanye fans shouted out anti-Swift chants at one of his concerts.

Kanye performed at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, in Tennessee, where Taylor and her family moved to aged 14. And on Saturday and told the audience, “This is why you should always say how you really feel” before launching into the track, which he halted after the infamous line to embark on a rant about the lyrics. “How you feel about that tonight? I feel like I’m in a movie right now or something,” he said. “So many people told me, ‘You’ve gotta take that line off the song. You got to play it safe’, but this is what rap music is. This is what art is. Saying how you feel. And this song is how I feel.” (Canoe)