Shyne Responds To Game, Calls Him "My Little Son"
Shyne responds to Game's comments to back off of his slander against Kendrick Lamar's "good kid, m.A.A.d city."
The plot thickens between Shyne and Game. Po originally made comments that he considers Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city "trash," to which Game responded that he didn't take too kindly to his opinion.
Now, the former Bad Boy rapper hopped on the phone with Vlad TV about Game's recent retaliation, stating that he "made The Game" and that he wasn't pleased with how he made his feelings known.
"Everybody's gassing [Kendrick], and his album is where everybody's gassing him where my son, my student, The Game, I threw weapons to this zombie. I gave him life. I remember when I was in Clinton and [he] was calling me, begging me for the co-sign, begging me to get on the album. And proof. I'm not no new jack. Proof. For the last 12 years, he's been screaming Shyne. That's my son. Literally. My son. For him to get all emotional and start crying like a chick, I don't really get it, you dig? I don't really get it. I said how I felt and ain't no disrespect."
He also said that when he first got out of prison, Game made comments about how he sounded "rusty" but he didn't take it too personally. "I remember when I first came out - matter of fact, they asked The Game, what's up with Shyne? We don't feel he really got it. And he said, he a little bit rusty but he gon' get it back. And I took that! I held that down. He didn't say nothing disrespectful. He said his opinion on where I was at with it, and I held that down. Listen, I feel how I feel, in the streets and in life, this is a democracy. Ain't no dictators."
Shyne capped his rant with a statement about how Game "disappointed" him and that he would have issued a retraction if he had hit him directly. "The Game really disappointed me because he know me. I was on his last album, he always raps about Shyne. I spoke to him when I came out, I spoke to him when I was in. That's my little son. I just did a record for one of his artists, as a matter of fact. If he felt a certain type of way, because that's his little homie, the Kendrick Lamar kid, he could have hit me one-on-one and be like yo b, please, on Pyru, please fall back. ... I would have fallen back. I might have even put out a retraction and been like, yo, I'll listen to the record again, and yeah. That's grown man conversation right there."