The lyrics are allegedly a response to 40 allegedly posting a photo of Game's children and ex, Tiffney Cambridge, on Instagram last month. "Talk about my kids on Instagram/ N---a must wanna get his a-- socked again," he raps. "Tell a lie like I pulled out a glock on him / Don't make me resurrect 'Pac again."
Somehow, Game's onetime associate Compton Menace got involved. According to Menace's tweets, Game is targeting some of his own friends too. "@thegame n--- this ain't no rap battle .. You know me .. Like I said blood .. Turn up blood !!!!," tweeted Menace. "This n---a always diss a n---a then say sorry after ... #confused."
He added, "And don't think you can call me and be friend after this."
Game responded by calling Menace, aka Michael Joseph Taylor, by his first name. "See you soon Michael!Keep frontin for yo 6 fans n---a," he wrote followed by another tweet, @ComptonMenace Mad at @YG cause his s--- poppin & you still in Miami passing out young money tshirts. I'll see you soon f--- !!!"
And he didn't stop there either. "Nobody f---kin wit dat wack a-- music u keep tryna force feed Michael," continued Game. "If u apply at Wal-Mart now in 3 years u could be manager. #advice."
Clearly fed up that his name got dragged into the lyrical slander, 40 filed an Instagram rebutal (in all caps) complete with screen shots from Game and Menace's tweets. "NOW THIS N***A & TYGA RELEASE A SONG TODAY DISSIN ME," he wrote. "ITS LIKE ALL THE HOEZ I F***ED GETTING TOGETHER DISSEN ME ON SOME BATTERED WOMEN TYPE S**TY~Y~,. U N***AZ CAN NEVER FILL MY SHOEZ IMA RIDA.."
Meanwhile, Game likely ruffled just the right amount of feathers with "ChiRaq to LA," but he also got a chance to put his rhyme skills on display. "Bottom line is....... N---as cannot out rap me !!!!!" he tweeted proudly. "The street s---, I'll address as it comes. Please do bring the bulls---."
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