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Wack 100 received cease-and-desist, after using Nipsey Hussle verse, on The Game’s new album
Wack 100 given cease-and-desist for using Nipsey Hussle verse

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Wack 100 received cease-and-desist, after using Nipsey Hussle verse, on The Game’s new album

Wack 100 given cease-and-desist for using Nipsey Hussle verse

On Friday, The Game released his 10th studio album, “Drillmatic Heart vs Mind.” This project contained 31 tracks, and was led by his “Eazy” single featuring Kanye West. Game also collaborated with Rick Ross, Pusha T, Chlöe, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Roddy Ricch, and more.

Over the weekend, Game’s manager Wack 100, spoke on Clubhouse and revealed that the Nipsey Hussle verse on the “World Tours” song was removed. Wack went on to rant about how Nipsey’s brother, Blacc Sam, was “selfish” and “in his feelings,” for this move.

Now, more information is surfacing about Nipsey’s verse being removed from Game’s album. According to TMZ, Atlantic Records had no idea that Game would be using this Nipsey verse, from them.

Sam also did not remove the verse. Nipsey’s “music handlers” spoke with attorneys, and found no paperwork for this Nipsey verse appearing on Game’s album. A cease-and-desist was then delivered to Wack and Game’s team.

As many remember, Wack 100 previously claimed that Nipsey isn’t a legend. This all comes as Nipsey will posthumously receive a Hollywood Walk Of Fame star, on Monday. This was initially announced last week.

Wack 100 given cease-and-desist for using Nipsey Hussle verse

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