Wack 100 is back in the headlines again, this time for comments about the recently sentenced Tekashi 6ix9ine.
In an interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Wack claimed the rapper did nothing unexpected when he snitched against fellow Nine Trey Blood members.
“In the defense of 6ix9ine, 6ix9ine did nothing wrong,” he stated.
Instead, Wack blames Nine Trey and others who expected 6ix9ine to act according to street code. He explained, through a few interesting analogies, that because 6ix9ine was not a true gangster, nobody could expect him not to snitch.
In one example, he described how if a group of heterosexual men invite a gay man into a locker room, they can’t be upset if the gay man looks their way. In another scenario, Wack compared 6ix9ine to a clown, who may dress up that way for the circus, but at the end of the day is just a regular person.
“Everybody knew that this kid with rainbow kid was not a gang member, but because of the politics of the dollar, he got some people get behind him and give him all this Blood [affiliation],” he said. “When the circus was over, the clown—who everybody knew was a clown—took off his uniform... and sat there in that light and was who everybody knew he’d be—a normal kid.”
“So, do you blame 6ix9ine or the block?” he continued. “They knew he was not a gangster, so why are you subjecting him to gangster sh*t?”
Later on in the interview, Wack addressed the reported ‘knock out’ from Nipsey Hussle’s former bodyguard, J-Roc, at Rolling Loud Los Angeles.
“What y’all seeing is the second half,” Wack said, referring to a video clip that circulated over the weekend, appearing to show the aftermath of an altercation.
“He swung once one time,” Wack recalled, denying that he was knocked out.
“It kind of pissed me off,” he continued, adding that by the time he reacted, “dude [was] making his retreat already.”
Watch the whole interview below.