Rapper Game’s “Pest Control” lyrics might have been ghostwritten, according to another rap artist who has ties to MMG. The latest reports come as Game, real name Jayceon Taylor, has been making headlines for which Kardashians he claims he’s slept with, as well as his beef with rapper Meek Mill. The “Pest Control” song is a scathing diss track aimed at Meek by Game as part of their ongoing feud.
According to HipHop DX, rapper Chino claims that Game had his lyrics for the diss track ghostwritten. The east coast hip-hop star posted a series of tweets several days ago in which he called out the rapper, saying he is familiar with the guy who wrote the lyrics. Chino currently is associated with the Dreamchaser/MMG label that handles Meek’s music.
“I kno THE GAME ghost writer btw he from Chicago he ran wit some good Baltimore dudes. Can someone tell the game stop it… It’s public an it’s always been in the streets ain’t no telling over here wit the chasers homie! Btw Marcus black wrote that… Time to expose ya ghost writer! #oooooouuuuuuu That’s a fact.”
I kno THE GAME ghost writer btw he from Chicago he ran wit some good Baltimore dudes ! ????☕️— Chino_mmg (@ChinoMmg) September 19, 2016
The Game vs. Meek Mill beef was said to have started on September 15 during Game’s Miami concert. The rapper took a break on stage to issue a threat to beat up Meek Mill and called him out as a “snitch.” The “snitch” comment Game made was in reference to his belief that Meek Mill snitched on him when Sean Kingston was robbed this past June in a Los Angeles club.
The two have been going back-and-forth recently with their diss tracks over it all. The 29-year-old Mill teamed with Omelly and Beanie Siegel to release an “Ooouuu” remix in which they brought their verbal warfare straight to the west coast rapper. That brought about Game’s latest diss, “Pest Control (Meeky Mouse Diss).”
In one part of “Pest Control,” Game mentions Meek Mill “jumped Quentin Miller,” who was Drake’s alleged ghostwriter. Meek Mill and Drake were part of an infamous back-and-forth feud in hip-hop with diss tracks not long ago. Many fans of the music genre felt Drake won in terms of the songs he aimed at Meek.
The latest feud has involved a variety of individuals since Game released his “92 Bars” diss track. They not only now include Chino, but Sean Kingston, Omelly, Beanie Siegel, and 40 Glocc. Game also referenced Meek’s girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, in part of his latest song’s lyrics.
“Welcome to the West, and this ain’t The Life of Pablo / Stay on that bulls–t, it’s gon’ start to feel like Chicago / Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow.”
Recently, Game made comments to TMZ about how he has mixed feelings over his new diss track. The rapper noted that it might make him “look bipolar” as he released a diss track on the heels of the Tulsa cop shooting of Terrence Crutcher. The reason for the “bipolar” comment is due to the fact he’s suggesting peaceful protests over police brutality, but he is also making violent threats against another hip-hop artist.
The rap star also recently appeared on The Wendy Williams Show. During his stop by Williams’ talk show, he discussed which three Kardashians he slept with. According to The Refinery, Game admitted he had slept with Blac Chyna, as well as Kim and Khloe Kardashian. During that appearance, Williams attempted to probe him over his beef with Meek Mill. She even mentioned to him “you’re a grown man,” but the rapper was steadfast about how he’s handled it all so far.
As Hollywood Life reported, Game told Williams he felt “violated,” and that led to him retaliating with the diss tracks and threatening lyrics.
“It is what it is. It comes down to a point where it’s just like you’ve gotta deal with it as it comes. You know. So I feel like I was violated.”
All of this headline-making could also be some heavy promotional tactics by Game’s camp as he prepares to drop a new album. His newest album, 1992, has been slated for an October 2016 release date. Just last year, he released The Documentary 2 and The Documentary 2.5, both of which garnered praise from hip-hop fans and critics. Could this all be a major ploy by Game to stir up as much drama as possible to keep himself in the news?
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