There was a time when the music industry, especially the hip hop sector, was intimidated by Suge Knight. There are dozens of stories from celebrities and rappers about their handling of the towering Death Row icon, and for just as many who have stories that he took over the genre during his reign, there are those who were afraid of the Knights’ presence.
Wack 100 and Suge Knight were once friends, but if you ask Wack about their relationship now, he will tell you that he has no respect for the imprisoned music director. “The streets have never replaced the entertainment business,” Wack told DJ Akademiks on the Off the Record Podcast. “Those who have tried to replace it have all fallen on their damned face.”
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“The first guy to try to do that was Suge Knight.” Akademiks admitted that Suge used bullying tactics, but Wack disagreed, saying that some of Suge’s methods were not actually bullying behavior. Then Wack 100 went on to “gangster sh * t”, including men who allegedly stormed Dr. Dres home and stole everything from the now billionaire.
“Now, let’s be right, and I have to talk about it,” he continued. “I do not respect him. At all. You can not respect a man – I paid for this man’s mother’s funeral. I sent a murderer at a time when we did not even talk and get together. But out of our respect because he was the one he was and opened a few doors for me … For me to hear footage of this man saying that I’m the reason he turned 28, just like I’m a mother * The cker who drove the truck, is crazy. “
Wack explained that Suge said Wack had to deal with his legal fees and because they were not taken care of is the reason he received his hefty 28-year sentence. Wack detailed his side of the story of a business deal that went badly with Suge, adding that he thought they had signed all the contracts, only to find out that Suge did the same with several others. In his contract, Wack Suge included attorney’s fees in a deal worth tens of thousands of millions of dollars, but it fell apart.
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He also returned to his story about Suge, who allegedly shook Dre down and stripped him of nothing. Wack admired how Dre was able to rebuild while Suge is in jail. He also denied that he was trying to be like Knight, insisting that Suge is the plan for what not to do. In an explosive revelation, Wack also told Akademiks to tell the truth about who sent Tekashi 6ix9ine information about Snoop Dogg. The two rappers engaged in a heated back and forth, and Wack asked Akademiks who fed 6ix9ine details about the Long Beach icon.
“Suck Knight,” Akademiks said. Wack added that they both saw the evidence. “But then [he] on the phone with Snoop … Snoop got a big heart. If I were him, I would never have gone that route, “Wack said of Snoop, who did well again with Suge.” He’s a real godfather on the west coast. “
Watch the clip from the interview below.