Wack 100 has chimed in on J. Prince’s beef with Offset and Cardi B, and accused the Rap-A-Lot Records founder of lying in a series of posts.
On Wednesday, Wack 100 defended Cardi and Offset after J. Prince suggested that he personally helped the couple during a visit to Los Angeles in 2018 when she was getting gang threats. “That n***a lying,” he wrote in a comments of a DJ Akademiks post. “We covered for [Cardi B] that weekend. She’s a Damu and we kept her straight. She had 100 [bloods] with her all weekend. On top of her management team. [J. Prince] you’re all cap why are you letting the man know this man had a problem with you & you heard this in the streets!”
He reiterated his support for Cardi and Offset in a post on his own Instagram, too. Alongside a screenshot of Cardi B’s tweet, in which she described Prince’s accusations as a “bunch of fairy tales,” Wack 100 backed up the “WAP” rapper.
“[Cardi B] tells no lies,” he wrote. “[J. Prince] had nothing to do with that weekend or that issue. Shit was different back then between me and the other individual. It was simple a round table a understanding he cleared the way on his side and myself & the Bompton homies cleared it on our side. On top of that without mentioning names her management team was my brother and [Offset] was with me long before he met the bozo.”
Offset and J. Prince have been trading shots online after the latter suggested the former had a questionable relationship with the late Takeoff.
“They be throwing rocks and hiding they hand, and I don’t like them kind of individuals,” Prince said on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast. “And the truth of the matter is, one can dance and different things in front of different cameras and all that kind of shit. In reality, the truth of the matter is you wasn’t really right there with Takeoff when he was alive, you know what I mean? So for you to be taking these positions that you’ve taken—and I’ve got people everywhere so I hear all kinds of things—I’mma just say this to you. Don’t ever put me in no position where I have to defend myself. That wouldn’t be healthy for you. I have to say that.”
In a response, Offset questioned why Prince felt the need to insert himself into the conversation and denied anything was wrong with him and Takeoff. “Y’all n****s speaking on my real brother…I don’t know what the fuck ya’ll n****s got going on, y’all n****s talkin’ about my real brother,” he said in a since-deleted Instagram post. “How dare one of y’all n****s even speak on me and Take relationship. I don’t know you n***as from a can of paint. Ya’ll n****s don’t know how me and my brother rock.”
The dialogue then prompted Prince to refer to Offset as a “snake” and a “clown” who is “suffering from being a fake motherfucker disease.” The post also included the accusation that he personally helped Cardi during the time in Los Angeles in 2018, which Cardi called “BIG LIES” on social media.
In a tweet, Offset suggested he wanted to put the whole ordeal to bed. “Street N***a turn👮🏾never needed you for no smoke u da police all mouth with no proof just fairy tales 😂 let this be the last time we speak on this,” Offset tweeted.