The Game’s “Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind” album was set to feature a guest appearance from NBA YoungBoy, but Game’s manager, Wack 100, felt the “Feel Good” hitmaker was charging too much for a featured verse.

Wack 100 made the executive decision to drop YoungBoy from the album. Now The Game is reacting to the reports of YoungBoy’s fee on an XXL post. You can check out Game’s comments below.

“I ain’t never paid for a verse in my life n***a. 200k for a 16 never & a day blood!!!”

YoungBoy’s usual rate is $300,000 for a feature, but the rapper offered to take a 50% cut for collaborating with The Game on “OPP.” Still, Wack 100 thought YoungBoy was charging too high.

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