News: Game Kills Alchemist & Jay Rock Beef Rumors, "People Just Hyping Sh*t Up"

Thursday, May 6, 2010 6:10PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

West Coast rapper Game has denied having an active beef with Eminem's deejay, The Alchemist, and fellow California emcee Jay Rock.

Game claims Rock misunderstood his "400 Bars" track.

"People just hyping sh*t up," Game said in an interview. "[Al] know what it is though and with Jay Rock, to be honest, I didn't even know that that was Jay Rock that had even said the [Ice] Cube thing. So when I said what I said on the track I wasn't thinking about him specifically...I mean, do you think it's [Cube's] responsibility [to help out the new emcees]? Because I don't think so. People have to pay their dues. I paid my dues and they gotta do the same." (XXL Mag)

Last month, Alchemist caused a stir when publicly revealing his reaction to Game's "400 Bars" freestyle via Twitter.

"400 bars=snooze. Less is more," Al wrote Saturday (April 17) afternoon. "I just got jumped by 75 bloods at the 7-11. thanx alot @ihategame. Twitter is powerful!" (The Alchemist's Twitter)

Game responded with his own Twitter message toward Al.

"@AlanTheChemist you already know me ALAN, don't get ya teeth knocked out !!! then you can Snooze 4 real !,"Game wrote on Twitter. "#DoctorWho over prescribed these n!ggas, they outta they mind." (Game's Twitter)

The rapper's freestyle track also caught the attention Rock.

"I GET ON TWITTER N EVERYBODY HITTING ME SAYN @ihategame GETTING @ ME IN HIS FREESTYLE. SAME AS CUBE, N*GGAS NEED TO HAVE BALLS TO SAY NAMES," he wrote Thursday (April 15). "IM NOT SCARED TO GO AGAINST NOBODY ALL N*GGA HAVE TO DO IS SAY MY NAME AND ITS ON WITH WHO EVER .I DONT FEEL I NEED TO APOLOGIZE TO NO1 RT @september7th: @jayrock F*ck it, if that's true it means you're doin something right & you'll have 2 be credited sooner than later. S ..." (Jay Rock's Twitter)

Check out Game's "400 Bars" below:

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