42 Dugg Accused Of Backing Down From Fight After Getting Punched By Offset

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Wack 100 doubled down on accusations of Offset punching 42 Dugg in the mouth over a dice game. Wack 100 shared text messages from Offset, who said 42 Dugg was lying about the incident.


“@42_dugggg Wasn’t robbed I made sure that didn’t happen,” Wack 100 wrote on Instagram. “He’s only guilty of getting hit in his mouth & not fighting back. Other than that he’s a rappers gangsta. I mean who ever labels 42 as a fighter. Lil guy feet do want eve touch the floor when he takes a Sh!t ‼️”

Wack 100 previously told his version of the story, claiming Offset took money from 42 Dugg’s pockets after the Detroit-bred rapper got upset over the dice game. Earlier this month, 42 Dugg denied anyone swiped his money on Instagram Live.

“Dugg got his pockets ran, a n#### swung, fired on Dugg, hit him in his—and ain’t nobody died behind this s###, bro?” he said. “My money … We don’t even play like that.”



Wack 100 responded in an Instagram post on Monday (January 29). He accused 42 Dugg of being scared, insisting Offset punched the Detroit native.

“42 Dugg, no, you didn’t get robbed,” Wack 100 said in the video. “I wouldn’t let you get robbed. You got hit in your m############ mouth. You was scared to fight back. That’s it, buster s###. You did it. So be it. N####, whatever it is, it is. You 4’2” don’t nobody expect you to be able to fight back.”

He continued, “Shout out to Offset for being a man, handling himself. You can scream and screech and all. Don’t nobody give a f### about none of that. Any n#### that’s speaking for you, f### them too. They wasn’t there.”

Read Offset and Wack 100’s alleged text conversation about 42 Dugg below.

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