West Coast Music executive Wack 100 somehow got himself caught up in a brawl with two white men at a fast-food burger joint after allegedly said being called a racial slur, TMZ was first to report.
The Game and Blueface's manager, Wack 100 was at a Primo Burgers on Saturday, Dec. 19, in Lancaster, California, when reportedly two men were “burning rubber” behind the 45-year-old in the drive-thru.
Wack said he asked the two to stop spinning their tires, lest they lose control of their vehicle and hit him. They instead told him to “mind your f-cking business, [epithet],” Wack claims.
Wack attempted to share the clip of the altercation, but later was deleted by Instagram because it went against “Community Guidelines on bullying or harassment.”
Wack shared a screenshot of the violation notice with the caption, “So I get attacked and I get bullied & harassed.” He added, “@instagram when a black man is being killed or choked out it stays but when a black man is being attacked and wins it’s against your rules. Black on Black post stays guess that’s cool right.”