The Game Wants Jay-Z Beef
Jay-Z Provoked By Former G-Unit Rapper
The Game wants it with Hove it seems... Jay-Z has been labeled by the LA rapper as not "hardcore" enough to respond to his taunts. The Game real name Jayceon Taylor, first took offence to Jigga when he mistook a lyric in one of the Brooklyn rapper's songs as an attack on him. Jay-Z cleared up the rumours and insisted that he had not dissed The Game and there was no problem with him and the former G-Unit man. Despite the 'clear the air words' from Jay, The Game continued to disrespect Roc-A-Fella Records and Jay in 2005 at a show in London. He rapped in a freestyle: "Memph (Memphis) Bleek can suck my d**k/Beanie Sigel can suck my d**k/Jay-Z can suck my d**k/Roc-A-Fella can suck my d**k." Jay-Z refused to be drawn into more beef after the famous Nas episode, and simply replied "Just let him (The Game) commit suicide". In fresh words The Game has called Beyonce's man a coward for not responding to his insults. He says: "I'm too disrespectful for Jay-Z, I go to hard. His beef is mediocre beef, it's more swag and less hardcore. Me, I go in on your grandma, your kids and your girl... It will get ugly and I don't mind... So basically, let me commit suicide because I'm the only cat to commit suicide and resurrect every time..." Although The Game is provoking arguably one of Hip Hop's most successful artists he maintains that he is still a fan: "I can be a fan of Jay and still rip him limb from limb lyrically and still be a fan. After I finish him off, I'm still going to listen to (Jay-Z's album) Reasonable Doubt afterwards. I'll kiss Jay goodbye with his own lips. I'm going to make him mad enough to where he has to say something. Jay I'mma (I'm going to) make you so mad you gonna have to diss me..."