Wack 100 Says 6ix9ine Is So Broke He Needed $20 For Gas: ‘It’s Fucking Terrible’

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6ix9ine has experienced one of the most pronounced descents from rap stardom in recent memory. From his 2017 breakthrough hit “GUMMO” to the loud thud he made when he was arrested in 2019 on racketeering charges to his post-prison No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 platinum single “TROLLZ” featuring Nicki Minaj and sophomore disappointment TattleTales, 6ix9ine has been struggling to navigate a raging tempest for years.

Now, it looks like the inevitable has happened, and 6ix9ine has hit rock bottom. In court documents obtained by Complex, 6ix9ine informed a judge his career has stalled since his time in jail and admitted he’s simply out of money.

“Right now, I am struggling to make ends meet,” 6ix9ine claimed in the court docs. “I do not know if I will ever command the kind of advances I was paid before my arrest, and my career stalled. I did receive large advances under the recording artist and merchandising agreements prior to my arrest. However, I do not receive any royalties under those agreements either since my royalty accounts remain unrecouped.”

On Sunday (March 13), manager Wack 100 corroborated the claim during a Clubhouse conversation and said the Brooklyn-bred rapper is so broke, he can’t even afford gas.

“Yeah, he broke as a muthafucka,” he said. “That n-gga 6ix9ine ain’t got nothing! Man, that n-gga over there doing bad. Bro, I had to send that n-gga $20 for some gas. That’s why we was telling the people, ‘Ain’t really nothing we can do for you right now cause n-gga broke-broke.’ It’s fucking terrible, man. Sad thing to see such a talented young man [like this].”

Wack 100 was singing a different tune after linking up with 6ix9ine in September 2021. During another Clubhouse conversation, he claimed to have “$43 million worth of business” with the controversial artist.

“It’s been about 30 or 45 days since I did the interview party on Clubhouse, right?” he said at the time. “So in the last 45 days, I probably done set up $43 million of business and I ain’t seen the kid. I’m talking about big movies, European tours, renegotiated his album terms all through attorneys and email.

“Forty-five more days, shit’s gonna start being announced to drop and release, and I need him to keep talking about it to keep it hot. I just get my little 25 percent. I ain’t trippin’.”

The same can be said about 6ix9ine. The 25-year-old could typically be found on social media bragging about his wealth and material items. In his latest Instagram post, dated May 2021, he boasted about getting $500,000 per show. But if he’s telling the truth in the court documents, that’s nothing but a distant memory.