The Game Vs. Stitches Hip-Hop Beef

A growing feud between The Game and Miami rapper Stitches has just elevated to a new level this week. This beef really started to blow up when Stitches released a diss track taking shots at the Compton rapper, and in addition released a video in which he insulted The Game’s children. The Game’s manager, who goes by the nickname of Wack 100, found himself in somewhat of an awkward physical confrontation in Miami on December 3, according to The Source. During the altercation, things escalated when Wack 100 punched Stitches to the ground. Apparently, Stitches had a problem with The Game and was looking to confront him face to face. Stitches was trying to get into the Story Nightclub, where Game was, but he says he was denied entry by The Game’s security. Below is the alleged video of the physical confrontation between Stitches and Wack.

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The Game was not bothered or frustrated by the altercation at all. On the contrary, the West Coast rapper was very entertained by what went down that night, and even went so far as to share his thoughts on Instagram in a recorded Facetime call he had with his manager, which can be viewed here.

In the feat that Stitches would carry out a much more violent means of confrontation, some off-duty cops decided to detain Stitches. According to TMZ, the Miami rapper’s white Porsche was seen driving back and forth right in front of the club, leaving the off-duty cops to think that he would attempt a drive-by shooting if things got worse. But the beef is far from over. Stitches left a message for The Game on his social media, letting him know that it’s far from over. “Facts. Good sucker punch though. War time p***y,” Stitches wrote on his Instagram account. “Next time fight me instead of having your boy sucker punch me. And yeah I got 4 stitches. B***h you know I’m stitches. Let’s not forget you got knocked out in France. We all take a fall sometimes.”

Back in October, Stitches questioned the credibility of The Game. “I know Bloods and Crips in Compton,” he says in a video. “They all say you a b****-a** n****, bruh. Except only thing with me is, I’m affiliated with them. I ain’t a Blood or a Crip. It’s TMI Gang or nothing, p***y-n****. When you got the balls to come see me, put a hundred thou on it.” The two rappers then found themselves in a back-and-forth on social media, throwing insults at one another.

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This all comes after The Game, who’s real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, released his sixth studio album, The Documentary 2. The album is a sequel to his 2005 debut album The Documentary, and is a double album released as two separate discs one week apart. Thirty-seven songs in total, The Game managed to get a slew of rappers to serve as features, including Kendrick Lamar, Ice Cube, Drake, Skrillex, and more. The first disc debuted at 83,171 in pure album sales in the first week, while the second disc sold 42,000 copies in pure album sales during the first week. As of November 4, 2015, the entire double disc project earned 170,000 units.

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