Nipsey Hussle Estate Removes Song From The Game’s Album After Wack 100 Didn’t Submit Paperwork
Wack 100 has claims against Nipsey Hussle’s brother.
Recently, Wack 100 accused Nipsey Hussle’s brother, Blacc Sam, of removing a legendary verse from The Game’s new album. According to reports, the verse on the song was never discussed amid the album’s release. On numerous occasions, Wack 100 has been critical of the late rapper’s legacy. The 44-year-old accused Blacc Sam of holding a grudge during a recent Clubhouse debate. However, Wack reportedly feels that the posthumous verse should have been cleared because The Game has shown love to Nipsey Hussle since his passing by waving his marathon flag.
According to sources close to Nipsey’s family, Atlantic Records, Nipsey’s record label, was confused by The Game’s “Drillmatic” announcement last week because the tracklist for the project included a feature from the late “Dedication” rapper.
Nipsey’s music handlers — not Blacc Sam — made an announcement to lawyers to look for the track’s existing paperwork who in turn, sent Wack a cease-and-desist after finding out there was no such agreement between the two.
Today (August 15) Nipsey Hussle is set to receive a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
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