Game Explains Beef with Jay-Z, Claims He'll Never Diss Eminem

Game Explains Beef with Jay-Z, Claims He'll Never Diss Eminem

"I wish everybody would stop taking it so personally," he says.

Published August 6, 2011

Let's set the record straight. To all the rappers out there who caught a punch from Game on his "Uncle Otis" freestyle--it wasn't personal. The rapper spoke to Power 105.1 today to explain his shots, especially the ones aimed at Jay-Z, kind of came from nowhere.

“He didn’t do nothing. Every now and then, I take a couple shots at Hov. Most of the time, he’ll respond indirectly or subliminally, but that’s cool man. He catch it when I say it, and I catch it when he say it,” he said. “It’s just Hip Hop, I wish everybody would stop taking it so personally. Especially these days, I’m 31. I ain’t really like... Beef ain’t beef no more. I been doing that. So it ain’t nothing new.”

There's one person, though, the outspoken rapper won't touch. "Eminem is not to be f---ed with ever in hip-hop, ever," he told MTV the other day. "If you notice out of everybody I take a shot at, that's the only person that's untouched. He's in a bubble and you don't even say nothing to Eminem. To anybody that ever does, God bless you. He'll end your career."

That doesn't mean Game won't still beef with Marshall's cohort 50 Cent, though. That feud, for now, is alive and well.

Written by Smriti Mundhra

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