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Young Thug Says He’d Battle Rap With The Game



Young Thug admitted his issues with The Game is not real beef during his sit-down interview with Sway In The Morning.

“I’d battle with Game,” he said. “I’ll make a million songs with Game cause we really never had real problems.”

Thug said his issues with The Game started when the West Coast MC called him out in a performance for his issues with Lil Wayne.

“I will f*ck Young Thug up on Piru!” Game said.



Thug said Game was being an “LA n***a” when coming to Lil Wayne’s defense.

“I just didn’t like the part where he acted like I apologized and he didn’t,” Thug said. “That’s when I put the video up of him apologizing and let him know ain’t nothing sweet.”



Thug was upset with Game sneak dissing him during his Breakfast Club interview. Game implied during his interview that he punked Thugger. Thug countered by showing footage of Game apologizing to him after their first dispute.

In a recorded FaceTime call, Game said, “A real n***a gon apologize. It ain’t nothing. We got too many people that we f**k that’s all in this s**t. It’s all love.”

Thug threatened to upload the video after taking to IG to diss Game for his remarks.

“See, I was minding my business trying to promote my little video that I got about to come out for the song ‘Power.’ And I go on the Breakfast Club being nosy and this p***y ass n***a Game cappin to p***y Charlemagne like you want smoke,” Thug said. “Boy, you is not about that action. I’m uploading the video. F**k you, p***y boy.”



Game quickly shot back at Thug poking fun at his sexuality. Game posted a photo onto IG of gay men wearing swimsuits made out of red rags.

Game wrote in his caption, “@ that p***y !!!!!! He proly getting a French tip somewhere in the Lennox Mall #DontCallNobodyN*gga #YouAnMe #AndDontFlashNoGunsOnIGThinkinThatsGoneScareSomebody #iWillThrowYouOver7CarsN*gga.”

Thug went on clown Game for being a former stripper.

Thug posted onto IG 50 Cent’s artwork for the “G-Unit Radio 21” mixtape that featured the infamous image of The Game in a g-string.

Thug wrote in his caption, “NVM THE SH*T THAT SAY 50CENT WE ALL NO HE AINT GAY……”



In his BC interview, Game implied he went to Atlanta to see Thug after their initial beef sparked off months ago.



“You know, it gets real. I went to Atlanta. It started, and, you know, it got real.”

The Game did make his way to Atlanta, but he didn’t have violence on his mind. He performed a good deed after gifting a 7-year-old boy with $700 on his birthday.

Game wrote on IG. “Outside the mall in the ATL & ran into a lil boy on his 7th birthday…. Gave em’ $700.. A hundred ofr every year he been on earth… He bout to get it crackin in the mall……. Outchea in A-Town spreading love…….#TypeOfSh*tGameDo #TheRobinHoodProject.”

Charlemagne went on to bait Game into dissing Thug after asking him how he felt about “young rappers’ lack of respect” in this generation of Hip Hop.

Game replied, “Sometimes I put on jeans, and…some sneakers and a crewneck, and I feel like I’m not appropriate, you know what I’m saying?…Do I need a leotard? I don’t know what it is these days, man.”

Thug then posted a short vlog calling Game a flip-flop and a former stripper.



“See you used to be a Crip now you a Blood,” he said. “So I don’t want no smoke with you. You got bloods and crips on your team. And you was a male stripper before, so I don’t wanna fight you. I don’t want no germs from you p***y n***a. And you know I’m in L.A. more than Arnold Schwarzenegger and he the governor, f*ck n*gga.”

Game quickly responded throwing shots at Thug’s sexuality.

“I seen your little video you h*e ass n*gga,” he said. “You paint your nails like a f*cking girl. You call your n*ggas bae and you a h*e ass n*gga. Keep f*cking around, n*ggas gon drive by that nail shop and light that motherf*cker up.”







Thug and Game would then resolve their differences with the assistance of JoJo Capone and T. Rodgers.

Young Thug took to IG issue a public apology to Game following the end of their beef.



“See the way the world is set up, they want all blacks to kill each other,” Thug said. “But we’re not. Black lives matter, so I salute Game. I respect him. I’m sorry for making that post about him. Even though he was wrong and he was in the wrong business in taking up for a n*gga that wasn’t taking up for they self. It’s all good.”

“@losangelesconfidential my bad bro, it’s all love,” Thug added in his caption.



T. Rodgers sat down with Revolt TV to explain how he orchestrated the peace talks between the two.



Rodgers said his management reached out to him to tell him the “kids need help.”

“I sprang into action and the phone calls were made,” Rodgers said.

Rodgers connected with Chicago rap veteran JoJo Capone who had played a major role in the truce.

“JoJo was the one that was active in bringing about this particular peace between these other two entities.”

Capone took to IG to reveal he held a peaceful conversation with both artists.

The caption on his post read, “I JUST HAD A GREAT PEACEFUL CONVERSATION WITH BOTH OF YALL I WANT TO CONTINUE TO SEE YALL SMILE AND DO WHAT YALL LOVE TO DO SUPPORT YOUR FAMILIES YALL BOTH HAVE CHILDREN AND SIBLINGS THATS ROOTING FOR PEACE SO WITH THAT BEING SAID LOVE YALL WE NEED YALL TO PUT A END TO THE MINOR SITUATION & NOT LET THE MEDIA WHO ONLY CARE ABOUT RATINGS FUEL THE SITUATION LETS LOVE AND RESPECT EACHOTHER PEACE&LOVE.”



Game confirmed the call took place after he took Twitter, writing, “Just got off the horn wit my cousin @JoJoCapone1 #TheFleinGonBePutToBed #RealNiggaShit.”





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