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Bay Area artist and Thizz Nation representative J Diggs just dropped a bombshell on culture commentator and artist manager Wack 100. This isn’t the first Wack 100 diss song, but to date, it is proven to be the most heard.  Diggs held nothing back on the diss everything from the beat selection to the lyrics and the video itself, are sharp and meant to deliver a hefty blow.

Wack 100 has been attempting to make a name for himself outside of music management by talking on the once-popular mobile app Clubhouse. Clubhouse sprung to popularity during the height of the pandemic when most were stuck in their house or on long vacations around the world. Wack seemingly took this as an opportunity to be heard. But instead of using it to drive business and raise the western region to its once-prominent music industry dominance, Wack decided to take the Ricky Lake, and Wendy Williams route.

There have been many disappointing and embarrassing moments sense. The West Coast can definitely benefit from getting back to making music that influences the world. But for now, we will put this “3 Finger Wack” track on repeat.  The track pulls from the 50 Cent mega-hit “In Da Club” from the early ’00s and was produced by Sean T. Digg’s brings out what looks like the entire Bay Area for this video, which was shot and edited by Bub The SOP.


Bay Area legend J Diggs drops “3 Finger Wack” a diss towards 100 Ent’s Wack 100