The Game’s manager, Wack 100, said he removed NBA YoungBoy’s guest post from The Game’s latest album because he wanted $200,000.
“Sometimes when it comes to a situation where I had to make a leadership decision. And in YoungBoy’s defense, YoungBoy is charging niggas $300,000 a verse. That’s him [charges]. That’s it. I can’t pretend he gave us one hell of a deal,” Wack said.
“But this situation would have affected marketing overall. So I had to make an executive decision as to whether I wanted to pay the bill he sent me, which was a respectably large bill. it was love I can’t front. But this tab would have shortened this and that.”
Wack said the rapper dropped the feature price by $50,000, but said $150,000 was still too high.
“He wanted to do that for the video and everything. Once you go to Video and YouTube – he’s one of the biggest streamers on YouTube – you’ll get your money back in the long run. Also, your artist is now taking advantage of that fan base they may not have. Nothing against YoungBoy. YoungBoy didn’t disrespect us, didn’t hurt us,” Wack continued.
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