J. Prince and Wack 100 are officially at odds. Wack responded to Prince’s allegations of the music manager working against him to free Larry Hoover.
On Monday, the Rap-A-Lot founder shared audio of himself explaining his issues with Wack 100. Prince feels as though Wack is trying to profit from an interview with Larry Hoover.
“It’s no secret that I, the Hoover family, lawyers, and friends, are fighting hard for Larry Hoover’s freedom,” Prince says. “Meanwhile, this dude Wack and Karen Chapman has taken the position to work against the Hoover family by trying to monetize off his name and whole footage that could contribute to his freedom.”
Wack eventually caught wind of Prince’s allegations and quickly addressed the issue. Earlier this week, Wack posted text messages of a conversation between him and Prince. In the messages, Wack showed that Prince allegedly tried to negotiate the selling of Chapman’s interview.
“@jprincerespect YOU CAN ARGUE WITH THAT,” he wrote. “ALL OF SUDDEN YOU DON’T KNOW NOTHING. ALL OF A SUDDEN, THERE HAS NEVER BEEN ANY CONVERSATION. ALL OF A SUDDEN, NONE OF THIS EVER HAPPENED. MY COAST IS MY COAST, MY TEAM IS MY TEAM.”
Of course, Wack did not end his rant there. Later, he joined Clubhouse to further express his issues with Prince and even stated that he’ll “beat the sh*t out of him.”
Listen to what all Wack had to say below: