The next chapter in Stitches’ storied failed-before-it-took-off rap career is here as the man who made him eat his own words, Wack 100, details the story of just what happened last week at Story nightclub in Miami. Interview and story after the jump.

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or in a cave, than you know that 20-year old Miami scream rapper Stitches was knocked out by Game’s manager. Game than paid off Stitches own crew to jump him, which according to Stitches left him with no vision in one eye. After Stitches was manhandled twice, Game than offered his condolences to the fallen MC and gave him some advice for the future on IG.

Now, the man of the hour, Wack 100, jumps into the mix to give us his take on the whole story during an interview with P La Cangri to answer any unanswered questions:

“He’s a kid, so he ain’t been living long enough to deal with certain people in certain situations. I’m a little older, so I don’t have a problem coming with the hands. So hopefully that might wake him up and help him understand that this shit out here is not a game.”

Wack goes on to say Stitches is really just a gimmick (popular in hip-hop these days), insinuating his tattoos and reckless persona is just an act:

“Look at this dude, he talks real loud. He put tattoos on his face. So you’re dealing with a dude who’s really trying to lie to himself and psyche himself out like he’s really that. And really, you’re not. ‘Cause when we got to the county jail, he didn’t want it. The staff was gonna let it happen. He didn’t want it. I told the youngster, I’m a convict, so once I got to the county jail, I’m now in convict mode. He didn’t want it.”

Wack 100 than reveals what he thinks Stitches real plan was at Story nightclub:

“Everybody knows that at club Story, the police presence is heavy. They don’t give a damn whoever’s in there. It could be a bunch of old ladies. The police are gonna be at Story. So this was his whole plot: show up, do my editing in front of the building. OK, he comes out, the cops are over here, Ima have a shouting match back-and-forth. Nobody’s going to do anything because the cops are here. Ima go back, edit my little footage and my fans will believe what I say and then it’s cool. That’s what he thought. But where I come from, you get down and you get mad at win lose or draw whatever the consequence. Ain’t happening like that. That’s why I took the case. I took the handcuffs. I took the incarceration. Whatever it is. We ain’t giving no passes.”

Check out Wack 100’s full interview below.