Wack 100 Wants to Sit with Tekashi 6ix9ine: “He has yet to be held accountable”

Wack 100 carries a reputation for being one of the most real individuals you can find around Hip-Hop. The manager of The Game and Blueface has heard enough and now he wants a sit down with Tekashi 6ix9ine.

“YO @akademiks I have some real questions for @6ix9ine,” he wrote. “I need dude to look me in my eyes when I ask these questions. He has yet to be held accountable. Let me be the judge and the culture will be the jury.”

The ask from Wack comes following back and forth between 6ix9ine and Blueface. Most recently, Tekashi sounded off on the “Thotianna” rapper.

“The only time people talk about Blueface is when he’s not doing music, so I don’t know what the fuck you talking about,” he said. “Like who the fuck is Blueface? Right now, I swear to my mom, I got $20,000 in my pocket I walk around with. He’s gonna pay $25,000 to fight. I walk around with the money he’s getting paid for. What the fuck you talkin’ bout?”

Back in February, Wack 100 reminisced on Tekashi’s controversial visit to Los Angeles, stating nobody cared he was there. Wack states L.A. roundtable of OG gang members in the entertainment industry met and controlled the chaos of 6ix9ine’s visit to L.A.

“You know Big U from Rollin 60’s, Wack from Westside Piru and Compton, Blue from Long Beach Insane. You know Top Dawg has definitely always been there, Nickerson Gardens Bounty Hunters, myself and you know the list goes on and on as far as who sits at that table, but we help maintain the peace within our rap community,” Wack 100 explained. “You know it’s been a long time since you heard about a studio getting shot up or the club got shot up because such and such is there. Or, it was a riot backstage because of this situation, because that Roundtable controls it.”

He added,”you know Tekashi being a – I guess he was New York Blood, he clicks up with the Hoovers and whatever he did, which was great because it gave the Hoovers a pay day. But we don’t mind it, whoever got him got him. But nobody ever took the dude seriously, I mean look at the dude. We always looked at him like the police. He ain’t ‘bout that life. For us to go into defense mode or war mode, this lil dude would’ve said something about us.”

Would you be down for watching the two have a conversation?