West Coast manager Wack 100 is keeping it 100. The hip-hop executive has singled out rap personality Joe Budden and his issue with supporting the thumping “Thotiana” single.

In a new interview, Wack defended his protégé Blueface by taking a direct shot at Budden and his fiancée Cyn Santana.

Speaking to Variety, Blueface’s manager Wack 100, whose 5th Amendment Entertainment also represents rapper The Game, didn’t mince words in clapping back. “The reason why Joe Budden probably hates ‘Thotiana’ is because it’s a description of his woman,” says Wack. “I’m just being real.” “Joe Budden is well-versed on the definition of ‘Thot.’ When he hears that song and hears the ‘bust down Thotiana,’ he’s probably thinking of the past history of the girl who [happens] to be his women today, so I understand that. I can respect that.” (Variety)

According to reports, Budden recently revealed he’s not a fan of Blueface’s infectious record.

“Thotiana” may be a huge hit with Blueface’s fans, but not everyone wants to “buss it down.” Last week, Joe Budden jumped on his Spotify podcast to proclaim that unlike artists like Cardi B., Nicki Minaj, YG, and French Montana—all who have added their verses to the track’s remixes—he “hates” the single. (HNHH)

Recently, Wack gave rap star Cardi B‘s “Thotiana” remix lyrics the edge over fellow hip-hop star Nicki Minaj‘s freestyle bars.

“Cardi B killed her! And listen, I’m a Cash Money rep, but I’m gonna keep it gangsta. Cardi B killed her because it wasn’t about the Rihannas, Briannas and prima donnas. She was just rapping on that. You know what I’m saying? She was just rapping.” (106 KMEL)