T.I.: Game and LEP Bogus Boys Spoke and Ended Their Beef

(AllHipHop News) T.I is slowly but surely assuming the role Hip Hop beef arbitrator. Today (May 14th), the Grand Hustle boss informed the world that rapper Game and Chicago group L.E.P. Boys had ended their short lived dispute.

Last week, Game seemingly mispronounced the Chicago group’s name in his Lil Durk diss song with Tyga, “Chiraq To L.A.” when he remarked “Rock my Pelle P like LEDthem Bogus Boys”. While Game claimed he was referring to a friend of his, Low End Derrick, G Count of LEP Bogus Boys decided to release his own diss song towards Game. Earlier today (May 14th), T.I. announce on his personal Twitter account that the two artists patched up their disagreements:

LEP Bogus Boys’ G Count spoke with  MTV News earlier and confirmed T.I.’s statement. After stating that he had no personal problems with Game, G Count vaguely states that his “Chiraq (Remix)” towards Game was not a diss song but a him “pulling his coattails”:

I’m not no opportunist, I didn’t do this to capitalize. It’s just when I heard it, it was a natural reaction. It wasn’t planned or nothing, it was a natural reaction. I said what I had to say, it wasn’t no dis record, I’m pulling his coattail on some real sh– and we’ll leave it at that.

G Count also stated that he is planning to release another mixtape in LEP Bogus Boys’ Don’t Feed da Killaz series.

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