UPDATE: TMZ has reported that Wack 100 never submitted the correct paperwork for the song. Reportedly, when DRILLMATIC‘s track list dropped, Atlantic Records were surprised and a cease and desist was delivered. Blacc Sam had nothing to do with it.
When The Game released his new album DRILLMATIC, one feature that fans were really excited to hear was Nipsey Hussle, on track #28, ‘World Tours’.
However, when the album came out on DSPs, the Nipsey feature was missing on the song, confusing listeners. Turns out, Nipsey’s brother Blacc Sam got it removed reportedly because Game’s manager Wack 100 had been disrespectful towards Nipsey in the past.
Wack 100 claims that Nipsey’s brother got the song pulled less than two hours before the album’s release. “I got an email from my attorney, at about 7:30, an hour and a half before it dropped. Nipsey’s brother put in a demand for it to be pulled,” said Wack during a Clubhouse discussion, according to Complex. Wack says Blacc Sam was being selfish in doing so.
Wack continued that whatever his comments on Nipsey have been, has nothing to do with The Game. “These n***as be in their feelings,” he continued. “You notice you got Meek Mill and a bunch of people over there Wack really don’t see eye to eye with… Whoever [The Game] work with, he work with. His shit ain’t my shit. The Game done drove around L.A., he’s been the biggest Nipsey supporter ever.”
He continued saying that Sam let emotions get in front of business. “He’s not here to drop music or promote music, so it’s just remembrance of Nipsey. So at the end of the day, I think where Blacc Sam goes wrong at, he’s being selfish with his anger … probably towards me. But he’s totally disregarding the acknowledgement that Game has given Nipsey since he’s been gone.” You can listen to his discussion below.