The controversial music manager screenshotted the comments the rapper made and wrote on Instagram, “THE MAN OF NO HITS..EAT A [cucumber emoji]. NOW PRESS DAT.”
He continued his response in a separate post.
“Your Nobody to ask I asked the man in front of me @brotherbenx and he answered the question," Wack wrote. “I’ve never known the N.O.I to duck a question. That’s what their there for to educate am I not right? You strike back with anger because a Black Man asked another Black Man a question to gain understanding‼️ Your fresh out of Ramadan with this behavior with this attitude ‼️ Poor representation of what this movement stands for.”
Wack’s retaliation came after the acclaimed rapper took issue with comments he made during a Clubhouse conversation on Monday with Brother Ben X. Wack had inquired about the money raised during the 1995 Million Man March, which was organized by Louis Farrakhan and saw 837,000 Black men head to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. They raised around $245,000, but Wack was curious about where that money had gone.
“That was orchestrated by the Nation of Islam. The money was administered by the Nation of Islam,” Wack said, as covered by HipHopDX. “It was supposed to be this, this and that. I thought I was going to see some schools or maybe some type of funding for child resources. The Million Man March came, a bunch of people raised a bunch of money and then…we didn’t hear nothing.”
Electronica found Wack’s tone disrespectful. He demanded Wack, “ask me with yo c**n ass” if he had any further questions on the subject.
“KEEP MY NATION’s NAME OUT YOUR FUCKING MOUTH,” the “Exhibit C” lyricist wrote on Twitter. “You out here pressing everybody but the open enemy. Don’t be out here stunting on our lil brother. Press ME about The Nation Of Islam. I got that fire you looking for.”
Jay followed up with a post to Instagram that demanded Wack “SIT DOWN AND YOU SHUT YO WEAK KNEED BITCH ASS UP.” He separately praised Brother Ben X for handling the conversation “beautifully.”
“Me on the other hand, only my eyeballs sticking out the mud,” Electronica wrote. “I’m with the shits.”