News: Game Calls Out UFC Fighter, "Rampage Jackson Is An Orange County House Wife"
Wednesday, Aug 4, 2010 4:42PM
West Coast rapper Game has publicly called out former Ultimate Fighting Championship wrestler Quinton "Rampage" Jackson today on Twitter.
While not telling fans what his issues with Rampage were, Game called out the fighter-turned-actor.
" Rampage Jackson is an Orange County "HOUSE WIFE". I'm from the streets champ, I mean chump !!! Lose lips sink ships....... #checkyaself," Game tweeted Wednesday (August 4).
"You a wrestler........ so go wrestle n!gga. Cuz if sumn happen to you out here, they lookin for me.. so keep it entertainment "VALLEY N!GGA" (Game's Twitter)
In a past interview, Game taunted Rampage and said he lost a role in the new A-Team movie to the fighter.
"He couldn't f*** with me. No disrespect to Rampage, but my dude Rashad Evans whupped that a**," Game said. "When he had that UFC fight against Rashad Evans and he lost, I felt like that was me [winning]. 'Don't you know n****? I play Mr. T (A-Team character 'B.A. Baracus') better than you! I pity the fool!' I went in there [the audition] and I killed the Mr. T role on my screen test." (All Hip Hop)
Rampage recently responded back to Game and mocked the rapper's past appearance on teenage dating show, "Change of Heart."
"If the Game would've got the role of B.A. Baracus, I would've never watched 'The A-Team.' I don't care if it turned into a great big franchise and they made a bunch of sequels, I would've been like 'Oh man, they got The Game?'" the UFC stated. "Homeboy was on the 'Change of Heart' dating show and his chick had a change of heart. She went with another dude. [Game] sitting there with blonde hair and he all gangsta talking about he from Compton. I'm from Memphis, and Memphis is real!" (Balller Status)
Rampage landed a role in the new A-Team movie last September.
The cast is all but set as the modern day A-Team will follow a group of Iraq War veterans (changed from Vietnam) who are trying to clear their name with the U.S. military. They were arrested for committing a crime for which they were framed, and break out of a maximum-security stockade to clear their name. Cast includes Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper and of course Rampage Jackson as B.A. Baracus. More cast announcements coming soon. For those A-Team history buffs...no worries...the famed A-Team van looks pretty much untouched in comparison to the TV series. (Woooha)
Check out Rampage Jackson talking about Game below: