It looks as though someone close to the late Nipsey Hussle might have attacked Wack 100 last night.

On Monday morning (Dec. 16), Wack, who is most well-known for managing The Game and Blueface, ended up trending big on Twitter after video of him trying to get past a wall of people to find a man surfaced on the internet. People on Twitter believe the man Wack is looking for is J Roc, who worked as part of Nipsey's bodyguard while the rapper was alive.

The altercation reportedly happened backstage during the final night of Rolling Loud Los Angeles at the Banc of California Stadium. You can see video of Wack searching for someone below in the aftermath of what people on the internet are saying is a fight below.

While very little about this alleged incident is confirmed, some people point toward some recent Wack comments as a motive for an associate of Nipsey's to try to attack him. A few months ago, audio of Wack saying that Nipsey's alleged killer, Eric Holder, wouldn't have been wrong for trying to kill Nipsey surfaced on the internet. In the video, Wack 100 essentially says that Holder's alleged actions aligned with the code of the streets.

A short while later, Wack 100 jumped on Adam22's No Jumper podcast and insisted that Nipsey was not a legend at the time of his death.

As for this incident, Wack 100 has used his Instagram to address rumors of himself getting attacked. In a video post, Wack appears to dispute claims that he'd been beaten up.

"Whooping Wacks ass takes more than words it takes a action ! Glad to see I still control the narrative," Wack said in the caption for the video.

See Wack address the alleged incident for yourself below. XXL has reached out to Wack and J Roc for further comment.

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