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Wack 100 denies J-Roc attack

“Close but no cigar,” he said on Instagram.

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Waking up on Monday morning (Dec. 16) to trending on Twitter following an alleged altercation with J-Roc, Wack 100 has two words for Nipsey Hussle’s former bodyguard: “Try again.”

“I don’t know if y’all hate me that much, but Wack’s still on top,” Wack addressed the incident in an Instagram video on Monday (Dec. 16). “I don’t know what y’all talking ‘bout, somebody whooped Wack’s ass. Listen, try agin.”

Wack shows off his bruise-less face in the clip.

“Next time you send a muthaf**ker, don’t send a muthaf**ker that know how to run,” he continued. “Send a muthaf**ker that know how to fight.”

“Wack still living, Wack ain’t took no L’s, my ni**a. Try again,” he added. “Close, but no cigar.”

The alleged fight went down over the weekend at the Rolling Loud festival in Los Angeles. Several videos circulated on Twitter Monday morning (Dec. 16), which appear to show the aftermath of a fight between J-Roc and Wack. The altercation was seemingly one-sided because Wack could be heard yelling, “He knocked me out!” as he tried to push his way through festival security.

Blueface, who performed at the fest on Saturday (Dec. 14), could also be seen in the background.

Twitter users are pointing to Wack’s comments about Nipsey as J-Roc’s possible motive. In the past few months, Wack has defended Eric Holder’s actions, as the alleged murderer of the late rapper, saying that he was following street code.

“The alleged gunman, when it comes to the rules of engagement of gang banging, he did what he was supposed to do when another gang banger calls you a fa*got, a pedophile or a snitch,” he previously said. “You supposed to handle your business. And can’t nobody say that’s wrong.”

Wack later ruffled feathers when he claimed Nipsey was not a legend during an appearance he and Blueface made on the “No Jumper” podcast.

“All these radio stations, all these people is all fake. I can speak on it because I was part of the Nipsey Hussle movement getting him his first multi-million dollar deal,” he said. “You got a man who died with a million followers and no radio hit and no f**king platinum plaques. But because everyone start talking like it’s a goddamn Popeyes chicken sandwich... So where was all these fans?... He didn’t die an A-list artist. Y’all talking about he’s a legend. If he’s a legend why didn’t y’all treat him like that when he was here?”

Despite getting heat from the comments, Wack defended his viewpoint in an interview TMZ.

“The man died with a million followers. No radio hits. No platinum hits. No world tours,” he said. “After he died, he went platinum, sold a bunch of records, followers went up nine, 10 million. First of all, we gotta define what a f**king legend is and what it f**king ain’t. Was he on his way? I think within time, yes, he would have been. At the time of his demise… let’s keep it real. The truth can’t be defined as disrespect. If it is, that means you lying to your muthaf**king self.”

J-Roc has yet to address the incident.

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