News: Knoc-Turn'al Heats Up Game Taunts, "He Was A Disco Dancer" [Video]

Sunday, Feb 14, 2010 11:05AM

Written by Rosario Harper

West Coast rapper Knoc-Turn'al has decided to not back down from recent taunts made toward by him rapper Game and called out the emcee's street credibility.

Poking fun at Game's publicized face tattoos, a possibly intoxicated Knoc takes a stab at trying to clown the rapper.

"My father is a militant and his dad's a beautician," Knoc told radio host EI8HT. "We're gonna erase the LA off of his face and it's a butterfly beneath that. Yeah, so why do I have to talk about a man that i could touch his booty and he would like it? My wife said not to do it but I said you know what, I'm gonna grab my nuts on this one. Can I tell you what my nuts say? My nuts say my father was a militant -- and his father is a beautician...You know he called me a f*ggot? You listening? This is just a f*ggot issue -- he was a disco dancer...He needs to shut his mouth, you know what I'm saying?" ("Street Disciplez Radio")

Last month, Knoc told Game he should approach him as a man rather than make Twitter threats.

"I'm not in high school, I don't have to go on Twitter to say anything, I'm a grown man," Knoc told radio host EI8HT about Game's remarks. "I'm pretty sure he's close to home, he's in Compton, I'm in Long Beach. We know some of the same similar people you know. So I'm pretty sure if he wanted to address the situation, he could have called me and got in contact with me, I'm not hard to find...The simplest thing for him to do instead of acting like he's in high school and getting on this Twitterlike a little high school kid and saying a bunch of reckless things, all you had to do was call the people we know and we could have talked about it. This is why the Internet is wrong for some people because it makes you look silly...My manager [reached out for a collaboration request] -- I'm a grown man, I don't have to lie about anything...I send stuff out to all the West Coast cats, Warren G, Snoop's not that I got at him on Twitter, I got at everybody on the West Coast...He can't make or break my career. I was here before him and I'm still the prince of the West Coast. 'I' took time off to get myself and my family together..." ("Street Disciplez")

Writing via his popular Twitter page, Game addressed Knoc's initial interview and took shots at the emcee's career.

"4 days ago, knocturnal was hittin me on here, sayin how much he a fan & can we work, now he on da radio talkin sideways cuz I said NO! ha ha see u when I see u #b*tch*ssn*gga ! u had half a hit, u only sold 3 copies & now u a crackhead ! get some help n*gga or go OD somewhere f*g @ihategame this was lil homie reachin out, now he dissin ha ha... somebody help blood out now put a DISS out so I can put yo *ss 2 sleep n*gga ! R.E.D. P.S. ah give you a quarter piece if you come wash my Bentley & Range up smoker you such a h*e I might let my lil sister @bphlii give u a lethal 16 ! she killin most da n*ggas out here in anyway. call #1800-get-some-fans R.I.P. C*ck-turnal ! music career (born) 6-14-99 (died) TODAY !" (Game's Twitter)

Knoc previously suggested that 50 Cent kept Game on Aftermath Records.

"Game is from Compton, we know that, okay," Knoc told radio host EI8HT. "Game was about to get dropped from Aftermath. You hear me? And Aftermath was about to drop him, Interscope was about to drop him and 50 Cent picked him up and put hooks. The only reason why he was about to get dropped from Aftermath is because he couldn't make no hooks for his own music. So 50 Cent picked him up, you hear me? I hope you hear me. [He] made some hooks, 50 Cent made some hooks for him and put him out and sold five million records. What's wrong with that?" ("Street Discplez Radio")

Listen to Knoc-Turn'al's interview down below:

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