For those not in tune
with their Hip-Hop beef, Aftermath/G-Unit rapper The Game and Bay-area rapper
Yukmouth of Regime have been volleying back and forth with insults, even though
peace seemed on the horizon.
A song that featured
both rappers on the same track was apparently recorded separately, where Game
decided to dis his counterpart on the track.
But, Yuk revealed
that the beef was actually on again despite the white flags seemingly being
squashed, its squashed. It’s bigger than me and The Game,” Yuk said
initially, but shortly denounced his own words.
“I have to
let it be known. I laid my verse on some peace s**t and I guess he’s got
problems and emotions and he’s still hurt because of the video,”
Yuk told AllHipHop.com. “I thought we were going to let it go.”
video in question is a scathing song written to the beat of Fabolous’
In the song, Yuk
and his Regime clique cohorts attack a Game look-a-like, who is on a computer.
“I didn’t do the video as publicity, I did it as defense,”
Game said that
he had been a fan of Yukmouth growing up, but that changed with each insulted
traded back and forth.
from Cali my n**ga and I f*cked with Yuk when I was growing up,” Game
told AllHipHop.com. “I’ve only been rapping for three years so I
was a fan first. I couldn’t believe that n**ga tried to put out a little
video on me, and had a little fake me (laughing). That s**t was funny though,
I laughed at it. I laughed at it but my n**gas wasn’t laughing at it.”
even know how the beef happened,” Yuk revealed. “I know one day
I met the n***a and four months later, outta nowhere, the beef started. I was
telling everybody that ‘I’m cool with The Game.’ I gave my
n***as the red like, don’t even f**k with him. Right now, it’s all
out war, I guess. I meet him and its peace and then four months later its beef,
it don’t make no sense.”
Game, who has reportedly
landed a future issue of Vibe before even releasing his Dr. Dre-produced debut
album, said that he would entertain challenges from any rapper, not just Yukmouth.
“I love the
nature of the s**t,” Game said. “I’m from the West and I’m
beefin’ with East Coast n**gas for the most part, until Yukmouth (referring
to the recent feud with Joe Budden). Not on no East or West s**t, but it just
ya know, happen to be East Coast n***as and a West n**ga to be holding his own.
I got signed to [Dr.] Dre four months after I started rapping.”
Yukmouth said that
the verbal feud between the two West coast emcees will continue and that his
next response will come on his upcoming album, Million Dollar Mouthpiece.