Wack 100 was recently on the Clubhouse app in the 100 ENT room when he was asked about his relationship with Kanye West. During that discussion, Wack revealed that Kanye West’s wealth has grown from $6.6 billion to $9.6 billion and dubbed him the man of opportunity.
Kanye is Kanye. He got a million employees and a host of friends, so whatever your lane is with him, he gets into my car, and we leave. We take business meetings. I take him home and pick him up. So the trust factor is definitely there; he calls me about business. We go over business plans, I help him through situations, so we are alright, straight, and you can always grow with him. So if it’s some new s*** you put it on the table in front of him, and it makes sense, then that is just something else that you are doing with him. So I had to give Kanye a name; his name would be the man of opportunity,” said Wack 100.
“Simply because there is nothing that he cannot make happen one way or another. His wealth has grown in the last 90 days from $6.6 billion to $9.6 billion. The n*** called me a punk, said, you are the biggest gangster that’s a punk, and walked away from me with the boots and put on the gloves. What I learned about Kanye is, he says s*** to spark s***. The people that think Kanye is crazy are the people whose thinking capacity is minimal because you are going to think of the extreme. Kanye is thinking past the extreme because he is coming up with a way to make that happen.”
Speaking of Kanye West, his docuseries “Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy,” was recently released on Netflix. The docuseries co-directors Clarence “Coodie” Simmons started filming the Grammy winner at the age of 21 because, according to the Los Angeles Times’ Lorraine Ali, Simmons saw potential and had a “Hoop Dreams” style documentary on his hands.
“Jeen-Yuhs” is not that, but it is a raw, candid, and empathetic look at the man behind the platinum albums, public meltdowns, and tabloid frenzy. Simmons defends his friend throughout, even when West, at the height of his celebrity, neglects the filmmaker. Still, he also reveals the performer’s battles behind the scenes as West loses his way following the death of his mother, Donda, in 2007.
The rapper’s relationship with his mom is central to the docuseries. She’s often shown by his side, lifting his spirits while keeping him grounded. They’re in her apartment, and West’s career is just taking off when she advises him: “You’ve got a lot of confidence and you come off a little arrogant even though you’re humble.” He is silent, taking in every word. “But it’d be important to remember to stand on the ground,” she continues. “That way you can be in the air at the same time. That’s what I think it means when they say a giant may look in the mirror and see nothing, but everyone else sees the giant.”
West is also still dealing with a breakup dream with his estranged wife Kim Kardashian and recently leaked text messages concerning her new boyfriend, Pete Davidson’s safety.
“U are creating a dangerous and scary environment, and someone will hurt Pete, and this will be all your fault,” read a screenshot of Kardashian’s text to Ye, to which he responded in an Instagram caption: “Upon my wife’s request please nobody do anything physical to Skete. I’m going to handle the situation myself.”
Kim Kardashian later asked why he could not keep their conversations private, Ye responded, “Cause I got a text from my favorite person in the world. I’m your number one fan. Why Wouldn’t I tell everyone!!!!”
The posts were later deleted off of his Instagram page.