Shyne took his beef with Game to wax with his diss track "Bury Judas," rapping, "I shoot the butterfly off your face / And tell Jesus peace, smile at your wake."
During an interview with Vlad TV, Po said that his record was on par with Nas' "Ether," Jay-Z's "Takeover" and 2Pac's "Hit 'Em Up," stating that he had a strong influence on Chuck Taylor's career and that the song was a response to his betrayal.
"'Bury Judas' is just really me documenting, if you will, the influence that I've had on this character," he said. "I think 'Bury Judas' is on the level of 'Ether,' is on the level of 'Takeover,' is on the level of 2Pac, 'Hit ‘Em Up.' I think it was a very honest, powerful record."
He also said that Game is more of a "Judas" than a "Jesus," stating that the former is a "fork-tongued guy" who is "only concerned with preserving himself at all costs."
"This kid has an album called Jesus Piece. This is what happened. Judas was a very duplicitous, fork-tongued guy. I don't think he's Jesus. I think he's Judas. Because Jesus was a rabbi, married with kids. We don't need to get into all that, but Judas was a traitor, Judas was a self-serving traitor that was only concerned with preserving himself at all costs."
Watch the full interview below.