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Wack 100 Claims He Owns The Game’s “Born 2 Rap” Album Royalties

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Wack 100 Claims The Game's 'Born To Rap' Album Royalties Belongs To Him

Wack 100 Claims The Game’s ‘Born To Rap’ Album Royalties Belongs To Him

On Friday a Virginia judge Virginia A. Phillips granted Instagram model Priscilla Rainey the rights to all of the royalties from The Game’s latest album, Born 2 Rap.

Rainey now has control of The Game’s independent label L.A. Prolific and all of the profits that would have gone The Game’s way.




The model can even take control of the salary The Game paid himself from the release of the album. Initially, Rainey was awarded a $7,130,100 judgement in the case back in 2016, but The Game refused to pay a cent or even show up to the court hearings.

Wack 100 Claims The Game's 'Born To Rap' Album Royalties Belongs To Him

But Wack 100, who is The Game’s manager and is credited as a co-executive producer on Born 2 Rap, has come forward to question the validity of this ruling, considering he actually owns these royalties in the first place.

The Hip Hop critic shared a screenshot on Instagram of a headline that reads, “The Game Loses Record Label & ‘Born To Rap’ Royalties To Priscilla Rainey As Part Of $7 Million Sexual Assault Judgement.” In the caption, he wrote, “Last time I checked Wack 100 owned all royalties to born to Rap. And I don’t owe the bitch a dime.”




“When the CDC has their [punch] who knows maybe I might lose in a dice game one day. But as of right now Today it’ll be right here in my little ole profolio,” Wack added.

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