YG’s GAF meter is broken, so when you come at him, even without mentioning him on social media, expect a clap back.
That’s what happened at last night’s (October 26) LA Lakers game. The Houston Rockets were in town, and star shooting guard James Harden had quite the game. His prowess as a player, mixed with the fact that he’s from Los Angeles and wears a red jersey, made it only logical that YG would wear his uniform in honor.
Well, this didn’t go over well with Lakers fans in attendance, who lightweight heckled the Bompton rapper. A few local reporters also came at him, with one brave enough to call him a nobody.
“YG is sitting courtside in a Harden jersey and taunting some Lakers fans who apparently knew who he was without an exhaustive Google search,” Lakers writer Bill Oram wrote. Judging by the Montana Grizzlies hat and non-matching plaid button-down shirt he’s wearing in his Twitter AVI, it’s easy to see why he wouldn’t know who YG was. One Twitter user put into greater perspective.
“@billoram You have 11k followers and @YG has 1M,” they wrote. “I think someone's a little salty at what their own google search shows..”
Anyway, YG had his own response, and it was sweeter and to the point. “James Harden is from LA p***y,” he relayed in old-fashioned quote tweet. I think when YG says, “Don’t Come To L.A.,” he means don’t f**k with him.
Anyway, check out what went down below including reactions.
YG is sitting courtside in a Harden jersey and taunting some Lakers fans who apparently knew who he was without an exhaustive Google search— Bill Oram (@billoram) October 27, 2016
Well, my night is made. https://t.co/wPtvpyyNYR— Bill Oram (@billoram) October 27, 2016
Happy to report that @billoram made it out of Staples Center alive tonight— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) October 27, 2016
It was a great night https://t.co/jwi0UQ2B6R— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) October 27, 2016
@calvinwatkins I don’t ask for much. Just not to die in a rap battle before I turn 30— Bill Oram (@billoram) October 27, 2016
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