A few days ago, Vanessa Bryant called out Meek Mill in her Instagram stories for a disrespectful Kobe Bryant lyric in an unreleased song with Lil Baby. The lyrics compare a gun and helicopter, as Bryant died in a helicopter crash last year with his daughter, Gianna, and seven others. The lyrics were This b**ch I’m f**kin’ always tell me that she love me, but she ain’t ever showed me / Yeah, and if I ever lack, I’m goin’ out with my chopper, it be another Kobe.
Vanessa Bryant Called Meek’s Lyrics ‘Extremely Insensitive And Disrespectful’
In Vanessa’s post, she definitely wasn’t feeling what Meek had to say on the song. She labeled it as “extremely insensitive and disrespectful.” She added that it lacked “respect and tact” and Meek can do much better than what was released in the music.
“Dear @meekmill, I find this line to be extremely insensitive and disrespectful. Period. I am not familiar with any of your music, but I believe you can do better than this. If you are a fan, fine, there’s a better way to show your admiration for my husband. This lacks respect and tact.”
Wack 100 Commends Vanessa’s Comments
Wack 100, the famous manager of The Game and Blueface, definitely loved what Vanessa had to say about Meek’s controversial lyrics regarding the late basketball legend. He took to his Instagram feed to say “Women with a voice. #Salute” Wack is from the LA area so it’s no surprise that he’d come to the defense of Kobe, who is a legend in the city, one of the greatest Los Angeles Lakers of all-time and one of the greatest basketball players ever in general.
Wack Trended In December For Fighting Off Two Men Who Disrespected Him
Wack 100 was also trending on social media in December after fighting off two white men who appeared to have hurled racial slurs at him.
According to TMZ, this went down at Primo Burgers in Lancaster, CA. The men were “burning rubbber” with a car and when Wack asked them to stop, they responded with “Mind your f*cking business.” This allegedly included an epithet as well. From that point, Wack started throwing punches and held his own successfully as social media was impressed.
Wack 100 Also Explained Why 6ix9ine Isn’t Really A Snitch
Wack 100 also recently appeared in a new interview on The Bootleg Kev Podcast. There, Tekashi 6ix9ine was a topic. He discussed how 6ix9ine was put in the position to “tell the truth” about the Nine Trey Bloods in court, who robbed and kidnapped him in 2018. This situation wasn’t so much viewed as snitching by Wack.
“I got mixed feelings on [6ix9ine]. He did what he did but on the same note, he should have never been in a position to do what he did,” said Wack. “This thing we got in the streets it ain’t for everybody. It’s not a free-for-all, it ain’t like Magic Mountain where you show up, buy a ticket, and get in. There’s certain things you got to go through, certain things that have to be proven before somebody is allowed to come in. The fact that [the gang] allowed him to come in and him being inside of it is what gave him information. […] He should have never had the information that he had when he got put under that light. Everything ain’t for everybody. And I really think he was in character the whole time. He was using the block for his street cred. Everything about the kid defies what he said he was.”