G. Count Of L.E.P. Bogus Boys Blasts Game On "Chiraq (Game Diss)"
Game appears to send a tweet in response to the L.E.P. Bogus Boys' song.
G. Count of L.E.P. Bogus Boys released “Chiraq (Game Diss)” today (May 7), a song dissing Game.
The cut from the South Side Chicago rapper is the latest salvo in a string of songs and social media posts that have followed the release of Lil Durk’s “ChiRaq,” which featured him taking a shot at Tyga.
Like L.E.P. Bogus Boys, Lil Durk is from Chicago.
On Tyga's “ChiRaq To LA,” which was released earlier this week, Game raps, “First off, let me go on 40 Glocc again / Talk about my kids on Instagram / Nigga must wanna get his ass socked again / Tell a lie like I pulled out a glock on him / Don't make me resurrect 'Pac again."
Game then takes aim at Lil Durk: "Lil Durk under a lil dirt / And nobody knows you / This ain't what they want / Nobody knows you / Bitch I thought that was Future's song / I'm bout to show you / You done caught yourself a lil L, dog / Man, nobody knows you / You heard of Lil Durk? Nigga, hell nah."
G. Count starts his cut with confrontational rhymes. “Why you wanna dis Durk, Blood / You must wanna get murked, Blood,” he raps.
G. Count’s version of the song appears to have already gotten a response from Game. "Niggas & these subpar diss records is hilarious. Make me mad enough, I'll end ur career & you'll b baggin groceries by June !!! #BLOODMONEY,” Game wrote on Twitter today.
Game and G. Count appeared together on Jim Jones’ 2011 song “Carton Of Milk,” which is available below.
Durk addressed Tyga on a "ChiRaq" remix. “Heard Tyga sneak dissing on me, tell them thot bitches I’m not right / Tyga only got one name but that nigga ain’t got one stripe,” Lil Durk raps on the remix. “He backpack, so easy to get the nigga shit snatched / Ask Marly Marl to get his shit back / In Chiraq don’t come here.”
The verbal volleys started when Lil Durk mentioned Tyga’s girlfriend in one of his verses. “The song with me, Chris Brown and French Montana, I had said a line in there, a line about Blac Chyna,” Durk said to XXL, referring to Tyga’s girlfriend. “It wasn’t a diss. It was just a line, like, I want her and shit. It wasn’t no diss. When we was in L.A.—me, Tyga and Chris Brown, when we first did the hook—Tyga came in and heard the line, [and] he felt some type of way. It was tension since then. Chris Brown had played it back to him. It was tension. [Tyga] was like, ‘Man, just change it,’ and I was like, ‘No doubt, I’m going to change it once we get something in. I fuck with you.’ He said he fucks with me and he’s been texting me since I left L.A., like, ‘I’m going to send you something. You going to send me something...’ Then he stopped replying and shit, and I felt some type of way and said, 'Fuck it then, I’m not going to kiss his ass.'”
“I was just addressing shit,” Durk later said when asked if the lines represent the start of beef. “I wouldn’t call it no beef. I just let him know...You’ll get your shit snatched for real. Just let him know, 'This ain’t that. You spinning me like I’m some type of little kid or something.' Outside of music, it’s still real niggas. You can’t play with niggas like that."
G. Count’s “Chiraq (Game Diss)” is available below, as is Game's apparent response:
Niggas & these subpar diss records is hilarious. Make me mad enough, I'll end ur career & you'll b baggin groceries by June !!! #BLOODMONEY— Handsome Ass Nigga (@thegame) May 7, 2014