In a recent development, 42 Dugg has vehemently denied Wack 100’s allegations that Offset robbed him during a dice game brawl. The controversial music manager asserted on Clubhouse that Offset took money from Dugg’s pockets in a violent confrontation that occurred three years ago, sparking a feud between Offset and Lil Baby.
Taking to Instagram Live, the Detroit rapper addressed Wack 100’s claims, emphasizing that he had $100,000 on him during the incident, and none of it was stolen. Dugg dismissed the allegations, stating, “These guys didn’t take any money, man! On both of my kids, what are you talking about? They are not what they claim to be.”
42 Dugg acknowledged that a fight did occur but offered a different version of events than Wack. According to Dugg, he was surrounded and pressured to give money, but he stood his ground, asserting, “I didn’t give them a dime.” He criticized Wack 100, calling him an “old lame” for hyping up false narratives.
Wack 100 discussed the alleged scuffle on his 100 ENT show, claiming to have witnessed it firsthand and intervened to prevent further escalation. He emphasized that, had it not been for his intervention, the situation could have turned fatal. Wack detailed the high-stakes dice games between the two rappers and how tensions escalated when Dugg wanted to stop playing.
According to Wack, Offset insisted that as long as it was his dice, Dugg had to shoot, but Dugg walked out, leading to a confrontation. Wack played a pivotal role in diffusing the situation, averting potential tragedy over a dispute involving dice.