WACK 100 SAYS HE WARNED POP SMOKE THROUGH BIRDMAN TO DITCH AIRBNB WHERE HE WAS KILLED

Wack 100 Says He Warned Pop Smoke Through Birdman To Ditch Airbnb Where He Was Killed

Pop Smoke’s 2020 murder at a Los Angeles area Airbnb is still resonating with Hip Hop as his alleged killers are set to stand trial. Numerous individuals have spoken up about the Brooklyn rapper’s untimely murder but noted West Coast manager Wack 100 says Pop’s death could have been prevented.

During a recent visit to the No Jumper Podcast,

Wack informed host Adam22 and company how

certain unwritten rules for up and coming artists

need to be met when visiting the West Coast and

avoiding all private residences in the process.

 

“Go check into that W Hollywood,” Wack 100 said.

“Stay away from them Airbnbs on this West Coast

until you get your weight up, ’til you get your

politics right. Go to one of them hotels bro and be

safe about it.”

 

When asked about Pop’s murder, Wack disclosed

how a fateful conversation days before could have

altered everything.

 

“I told him four days before to get that man out of

there and send him to the W,” Wack said. “I was in

Europe and Avery or Monte Lipman (of Republic

Records) had called through Birdman and they

were kinda asking me stuff. I told him, ‘Get him

out of there and send him to the W Hotel.’ I started

getting calls from my people that the homegirls

was up there and this and that. I’d just advise

when y’all on your way up, take small steps.”

 

Ultimately Wack 100’s warning wasn’t heeded. In

February 2020, four individuals broke into the

Airbnb Pop was renting in Los Angeles. After a

struggle, one of the robbers, a 15-year-old, shot the

rapper three times. Pop later succumbed to his

injuries. The four individuals connected to the

botched robbery and murder were all charged.

One suspect, Corey Walker, recently discovered

he would not face the death penalty for his alleged

actions.

 

 

Source: Tyshawn Smith

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