Both old and new entertainers find it challenging to stay relevant in the spotlight. At some point, frustrations and emotions run high, leaving some artists to resort to tearing down others. For instance, The Game made it known that he’s the best rapper from Compton, CA. The emcee even went on a drunken bender against fellow Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar, claiming he’s even better than him. Not sure how much The Game had to drink that day, but he might want to double check the sales numbers.
The Game Thinks He’s Better Than Kendrick Lamar
In the last few weeks, we’ve heard several new, up and coming emcees boast about their talents in interviews. Some even dragged legends like Jay-Z and Andre 3000 through the dirt just to make themselves relevant again. There’s no limit for how low some of these emcees will stoop to promote their work.
Californian rapper The Game, unfortunately, has restored to bashing talented emcees just for a little publicity. The “Waist Deep” emcee took it a step further though, when he went on a drunken bender against Kendrick Lamar during a Clubhouse chat session.
On Saturday night, The Game hopped on a Clubhouse session with Crooked I and Glasses Malone, bragging about his supposed rap poweress. The “How We Do” superstar proclaimed himself the undefeated rapper from Compton, CA. “Can’t nobody in Compton outrap me,” he told Crooked I and Glasses Malone. The 41-year-old didn’t stop there, though. In fact, he went on record to say he’s out beaten fellow Kendrick Lamar. In the past, the emcees worked together on the two tracks “Cali N***z” and “The Cypha.” After The Game’s latest statement, we’re not sure the emcees will ever link up again.
The Game Admits To His Drunken Bender Against Fellow Rappers
The Game may have dragged Kendrick Lamar and other Compton rappers for the sake of publicity. Though, we have to give him credit for apologizing for his drunken stupor. The rapper admitted that he was “under the influence” when he took shoots at Kendrick Lamar. “I’m off a few shots of tequila and I’m feeling real Rosecrans and Wilmington, tonight,” the “Waist Deep” rapper said in admission of his bizarre behavior. Even so, he still made the point that he was the best rapper in the HipHop industry. Though this time, he made sure to give a shout out to his former collaborator Kendrick Lamar.