The Game has a diss track directed at Eminem titled, “Black Slim Shady,” according to Wack 100.
Earlier this year, The Game appeared on Drink Champs where he opened up about everything. He claimed that Ye did more for him in 2 weeks than Dr. Dre did for his entire career, demanded the same respect as 50 Cent, and even called out Eminem to go bar-for-bar. ” I like Eminem, heâs one of the f*cking good emcees, great emcees. I used to think Eminem was better than me. He not. He not. Heâs not. Ay, challenge it. It’s not drama!… Swizz [Beatz] and Timbaland know that itâs bigger than Verzuz. Iâm not saying I want smoke with Eminem, Iâm saying I want smoke with Eminem, him, and him, whoever,” he said.
it seems like The Game is putting his money where his mouth is because Wack 100 said that the Compton MC has some bars for Eminem on his next release. During a recent appearance on Clubhouse, Wack 100 revealed that The Game is preparing for the release of his next single, which the West Coast mogul said would be “starting a fire.”
“Black Slim Shady, it’s coming,” Wack said on Clubhouse. “That n***a better be ready ’cause this n***a done went crazy,” he continued, adding that The Game “is coming for Eminem.”
Wack went on to say that Em is bound to respond if Nick Cannon and Machine Gun Kelly received responses from the Detroit legend. Though it’s all in friendly competition, Wack did acknowledge how “disrespectful” the back-and-forth can get, given Em’s track record.
âHe disrespects his own mama, my n***a, shit. He disrespects himself,” Wack said. “This n***a talk about killing his baby mama, putting her in the trunk, fuck my momma. My own momma. That’s a disrespectful n***a, man,â Wack continued. âWhen you get in that arena with that n***a, ainât no boundaries with this n***a, man. He ainât got no boundaries with himself.â
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Wack 100 Reveals The Game has recorded a diss track at Eminem that might be dropping very soon 👀 Will we get a battle between these two former label mates? pic.twitter.com/Gs9REUnwdF
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