The Game's manager Wack 100 explained that he had to take the NBA Youngboy featured track "O.P.P." off of Game's Drillmatic album because they weren't able to pay YB his (discounted) 150K fee.
"Sometimes when it comes down to a situation that I had to make an executive decision about. In YoungBoy's defense, YoungBoy charges n*ggas 300,000 a verse. That's what he charge. He gave us a hell of deal [150K]. But that situation would have cut into marketing overall. So I had to make the executive decision to pay the tab he sent me, which was a respectable great tab. It was love. But that tab would have cut into that, that and that ... nothing against YoungBoy, he didn't disrespect us," Wack explained.
The Game had a different take than his manager. Commenting on an XXL post about the removal of the feature, he claimed he's never paid for any verse.
“I ain’t never paid for a verse in my life n*gga. 200k for a 16 🤣🤣 never & a day blood!!!”
Either Wack 100 was trying to pay NBA YoungBoy for a feature on Game's album behind Game's back or Game is doing some serious capping here.
Since it's Game, bet on the cap.