A Lyric in the Game’s New Diss Track Caused a Major Headache for Blac Chyna

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A Lyric in the Game’s New Diss Track Caused a Major Headache for Blac Chyna

The rapper caught Rob Kardashian off guard.

Published September 24, 2016

It looks like the Game’s ongoing beef with Meek Mill is still causing trouble left and right, most recently wreaking havoc for one celebrity couple.

As reportedRob Kardashian is currently furious for the Game for name-dropping his fiancée, Blac Chyna, in his new diss track “92 Bars.” On top of being angry at the rapper for his recent antics on the mic, the song reportedly caused tension at home between the couple.

The line in question is, “Blac Chyna head the bomb, Al-Qaeda,” and its sexually suggestive nature has the Kardashian brother heated.

According to TMZ, Kardashian was “weirded out” about the line and the possibility that she had a thing with the Game, expressing that he feels its something that Chyna should have disclosed during the beginning of their relationship.

However, with Chyna being just as blind-sided as her man about being included in the Game’s song, the couple reconciled by redirecting their anger back to the rapper himself.

Listen to the Game’s trouble-causing banger below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images) (Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)


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