/  12.20.2020


Wack 100 found himself in an unpleasant situation this weekend that ended in him fighting two racist white men in a fast-food restaurant parking lot. The music executive was at Primo Burgers in Lancaster, California on Saturday (Dec. 19) when he says the men hurled a racial slur at him and attacked him and he was forced to defend himself.

According to TMZ, the altercation started when the two men were “burning rubber” behind Wack 100 in the parking lot and he asked them to stop. The sources connected to the artist manager claim that they told him, “Mind your ducking business, [epithet].” 

The sources say the two men then proceeded to get out of their vehicle and Wack 100 did the same and the fight began. A video surfaced online of the fight, and while no racial slurs can be heard, the two men are aggressively approaching the music exec, and one of the guys can be seen swinging a punch at him and missing, so he proceeded to defend himself.

One of his punches landed, sending one guy to the floor, who can then be seen bleeding from his forehead later on in the video. The other man threw a drink at Wack, telling him to “Get the fuck out of here” and started yelling, “Get his plates! Get his fucking plates!”

“Get all that, you touched me. You tried to rush me,” Wack responded. “You don’t tell me to go nowhere, fool.”

The Game and Blueface’s manager shared the video of the incident on Instagram but then revealed that it had been taken down from his page by the social media platform for going “against community guidelines.” He captioned the post: “So I get attacked and I get bullied & harassed – @instagram when a black man is being killed or choked out it stays but when a black man is being attacked and wins it’s against your rules. Black on Black post stays guess that’s cool right.”

Wack reportedly left the parking lot without further incident and told TMZ everything was “fine.” The news outlet also reported there was no police involvement at the scene.  

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