Recollecting his time spent in private chambers with Kimmy, Game’s X-rated bars included choking, fellatio and other unmentionables that even he said he’d need to apologize to Kim’s Chicago hip-hop star husband Kanye West for. But while some folks found the bars from the unreleased song downright hilarious, others found it outright disrespectful to Ye’s wife and mother of (almost) 4, and accused Mr. Jayceon Taylor of a tried-and-true scam in the current hip-hop age to promote his new music: “clout-chasing.” But let him tell it (on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, that is), all is fair in love and hip-hop war…that goes for wives and mothers, too.
“I don’t get it.” As a rap artist who’s already made his own mark on the hip-hop game, he continued, clout-chasing would be the least of his duties. After all, such bars might only hold such shock value with fresher Game fans, judging by Big Boy’s comment that he’s always kept his lyricism raw and ruthless.
"Yeah," he responded. "But... Somebody always mad or feeling something is disrespectful. People say, 'she's a mother.' My mama's a mother. How did I get here? ... Be real... Yo mama didn't get nasty? How did we get here?"
Welp…does he have a point?
Check out a clip from the Big Boy’s Neighborhood conversation below.
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