T.I. Says Game, G. Count Of L.E.P. Bogus Boys Addressed Beef
Last week, G. Count of L.E.P. Bogus Boys released "Chiraq (Game Diss)."
T.I. tweeted today (May 14) that the beef between Game and G. Count Of L.E.P. Bogus Boys is over.
"Just got off da line w/ @the_g_count #LEPBogusBoys & @thegame #BloodMoney Dey spoke & got clarity now,good as gold.... Errrbody all Love,” T.I. says.
Last week, G. Count of L.E.P. Bogus Boys released “Chiraq (Game Diss).” Like L.E.P. Bogus Boys, Lil Durk is from Chicago.
The cut from the South Side Chicago rapper was among the string of songs and social media posts that followed the release of Lil Durk’s “ChiRaq,” which featured him taking a shot at Tyga.
Lil Durk’s “ChiRaq” was soon followed by Tyga's “ChiRaq To LA,” which was also released last week. On the song, 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 appeared to get 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 last week.
T.I.’s tweet from today is as follows: