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Sha Money XL says Wack 100 is Lying About The Game Helping Write “What Up Gangsta”




According to Sha Money XL, Wack 100 lied about The Game having helped write Get Rich or Die Trying's intro, "What Up Gangsta."


Despite Wack 100 saying that The Game helped write 50 Cent's iconic Clubhouse intro, 50's longtime collaborator Sha Money XL spoke up on social media and said that Wack's claim was "all lies.".



“all 🧢🧢🧢🧢 all lies all for attention,” Sha wrote in the comments of a post about Wack’s comments.


An audio clip from a conversation among The Game, Wack, and others asks if 50 Cent wrote a significant amount of the bars on the former G-Unit rapper's 2005 album The Documentary. In response to Game's explanation that Fif only penned the lyrics he rapped on the album, Wack interjects to suggest that the West Coast rapper actually penned one of 50's biggest songs.



“I’m going to speak on something you don’t never speak on,” Wack says. “‘What up cuz, what up Blood, what up Gangsta.’ Who you think wrote that? I’mma leave it alone. Bro just don’t be beating his chest.”


The Game returns to show off all the writing credits he has on other artists' work that might not appear in a search of Wiki. In fact, he suggests that he helped write Get Rich or Die Trying.


“All this shit that I’ve assisted my pen with on Aftermath, from Dr. Dre records to being in there on the G-Unit albums and being in there writing on the middle to tail end of Get Rich or Die Trying, I ain’t never said ‘Yo, I wrote this certain song,’” Game explains. “I don’t give a fuck about that my nigga.”


50 Cent has revealed in past interviews that he gave an early version of his second studio album to The Game, who later transformed it into his project The Documentary.