Wack 100 Tried To Press 50 Cent At SLS Hotel In Los Angeles & 50 Cent Had Eight Navy Seals Waiting “He Looked Back & Smirked”

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During one of Wack 100’s most recent appearances on Clubhouse shared yet another 50 Cent story. This time it was a time 50 Cent was in Los Angeles when the In Da Club Rapper was beefing with former G-Unit member Game.

Wack 100 went to press 50 Cent in his hotel room in Los Angeles, but things did not go as smooth as Wack thought things would turnout. “I’ll never forget the move. That n***50 pulled a move on us so gangster.”

“N***, I think he played with us on purpose. N**** was like yo Wack, 50 going to be at the SLS Hotel, what? Yeah, the little bar area n***, he will be in their word coming down. Piru we through there this is when it was on. N*** we pulled up in this SLS Hotel come in that mother**** like ten of us. I stop looking around. I’m like something doesn’t seem right about this scenery. Man, this n*** had about eight navy seals, n**** real. These n**** got the s*** in the air these n*** moving with the tactical,” said Wack 100.

“They seen us and this n*** got to moving and position around him, and this n*** looked back and smirked. We got no where with that, see you later homie. He did that on the west cost he did that. It took a bag, you would of thought it was the President of the United States in this b***. I looked and they got to moving around, I’m like n*** s***… I’m leading the pack and got my squad and the homies like, I’m like no we can play with this. I said n*** you gotta know when to hold and when to fold nigga we out of here.”

“These n*** body armed up, these n**** got magazines, look the mini A&R joints. You know the ones as big as your forearms right? They ain’t going to get in trouble for firing. N*** we going to jail ten-times we in Beverly Hills. We think we going to put on a show with a squabble and stump a n*** out… S*** the n*** looked back at us and grinned. I will never forget the grin.”

Speaking of 50 Cent, Yo Gotti recently revealed that 50 advised him to change Cocaine Muzik Group [CMG] to Collective Music Group.

“I was having a [phone] conversation with 50 Cent, and he was like, ‘Yo, you’re winning, but you can’t be Cocaine Muzik Group — that’s too harsh. They’re going to be scared of that,’” Gotti recalled. “[I] thought about it like, ‘Damn, he’s right. What else does CMG mean?’ He put it in my head to start thinking in that direction.” 

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Written by Landon Buford

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