CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JULY 30: Rapper Roddy Ricch performs during day two of Lollapalooza at Grant Park on July 30, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

Roddy Ricch addressed rumors of him “false flagging” and being a “fake Crip” on Clubhouse Monday evening (January 10th).

Ricch was on the chat app with his manager, Wack 100, when a Compton Crip by the name of Yah-L accused the Live Life Faster rapper of “being on the black mat for three-seconds.”

Ricch defended himself, firing back that he was valid in the hood and was “put on,” before he asked Yah-L if he “ever touched a million” before. Yah-L deflected from the question, continuing to accuse Roddy of not doing videos in the hood and questioning his affiliation with the Park Village Compton Crips.

Roddy then asked Wack to back up facts that his label told him he had to shoot videos in other places besides Compton, to which Wack confirmed. In the end the two men seemed to agree to disagree, Roddy ended the conversation to tend to his son.

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