Blueface Denies Dissing Nipsey Hussle: “Idk Y Y’all Mad at Me”
On Thursday (Nov. 13), the 2019 XXL Freshman jumped on his Twitter account to address anyone suggesting he'd dissed Neighborhood Nip, who was shot and killed back in March. Using his Twitter account, Blue wrote, “Till this day I haven’t said one word about nip idk y y’all mad at me...Sycooyardcryp.” He then added, “Nyggas die everyday B.”
While Blueface doesn't name anyone, fans think he's speaking to Killa Twan, an artist who is connected to Nipsey's All Money In record label. Last week, Twan used his Twitter account to call out Blueface's manager Wack 100 after Wack spoke about Nipsey's legacy on the No Jumper podcast with Adam22. In the conversation, Wack said that Nipsey didn't die as an A-List artist and that fans were showing fake love after the rapper's death.
In a response tweet, Twan wrote, "On NicKersons I’ll fuck over @bluefacebleedem in a head up squabble. LiL nigga betta watch his muhhfuckin mouf... him & wack!!"
Wack 100's Nipsey comments came a week after the surfacing of audio in which Wack appeared to rationalize Nipsey Hussle's alleged killer, Eric Holder, allegedly killing Nipsey. Wack later used his Instagram account to apologize for his remarks, but that was only after he'd been contacted by Nip’s former manager, Eugene “Big U” Henley.
“In this situation, you have a rapper and you have a dude who is a straight, authentic gang member,” Wack reportedly said. “His whole life are these blocks. In the culture of gang banging, when you call a muthafucka a bitch, a snitch, a rapist, a pedophile — when you call somebody these things in this jungle, it’s no different than you being a football player and going on the field without your helmet on. You’re going to get hit.”
You can read Blueface's comment on Twitter as well as Killa Twan's angry tweet below.
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