Wack 100 is fed up with the rumors, so now he has an offer on the table.

On Monday night (Dec. 16), Wack jumped on Instagram and announced that he’s offering $100,000 to any person who can provide a video of him getting knocked out by Nipsey Hussle's former bodyguard J Roc.

“I got $100,000 for anybody that can produce a video of Wack’s body ever touching the concrete. On Piru run it today,” Wack wrote in his IG post.

Wack, who is Blueface’s manager, is putting up this reward following rumors on social media that J Roc knocked him out during an altercation that allegedly happened at 2019 Rolling Loud Los Angeles on Sunday.

In the video that surfaced on the internet, Wack appears to be searching for someone who attacked him as several people hold him back. The veteran manager would later hop on IG to reiterate that no one knocked him out, period.

“All I seen was a nigga swing and run," he said in a brief Instagram clip. “A nigga 300 pounds, swing, couldn’t do nothing, and run. That’s a bitch-ass nigga. That’s what I seen.”

J Roc, who is Nipsey's former security guard, previously said that he was retiring from being a bodyguard after Nipsey was murdered. He hasn't spoken on this Wack 100 incident yet.

Wack drew plenty of controversy when audio featuring his voice surfaced suggesting that it was part of a street code for Nipsey's alleged killer, Eric Holder, to shoot the rapper. In addition, Wack caught backlash for telling Adam22 on his No Jumper podcast that Nipsey wasn't a legend when he died. Wack would later backtrack on his previous statement and say that Nipsey could become a legend.

See what Wack's got to say about the J Roc fight below.

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