Eminem is largely recognized as one of the all-time greats in the rap game. The industry icon has been around for well over 20 years and has earned the respect of fans, peers, and critics alike. The Game, on the other hand, takes a slightly different stance. The rapper feels he is greater than Eminem and stands by his statements.
The Game is a regular guest on the LA Leakers show. This time, he aggressively addressed every bullet point from his most recent interviews over a brand-new beat by Hit-Boy. He started off by creating a line between himself and his old G-Unit teammates.
“Y’all n***** got me f*cked up! N***** must think I’m Lloyd Banks and Young Buck. Don’t pressure your dumb luck, I’ve got my gun tucked.”
The Game was added to G-Unit by Dr. Dre, but he quickly fell out of the label. Hence, The Game has been disdainful of Dre and his whole company recently. He also rapped during his freestyle, “You see the Aftermath chains, then don’t ask for Dre.”
The Game ended the song by claiming Black Shady status after calling himself a “lyrical miracle in the flesh” at the beginning of the song. “I’m a Black Slim Shady, I’ve been killing them lately.”
However, The Game made no effort to go against Eminem in any way. That being said, he has previously claimed multiple times that he is a better rapper than Marshall Mathers. He has also challenged Slim Shady, but Eminem is yet to address the whole situation. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates!
What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!