West Coast rapper Game has acknowledged Gucci Mane‘s recent challenge to box any hip-hop artist and said he would gladly enter the ring.
Prior to accepting the challenge, Game detailed how big of a build Gucci has.
“I know Gucci, that’s my homeboy, man, and what a lot of people don’t know about Gucci is like, he like a really big dude. That’s the thing. All these rappers be talking all this sh*t and all that and don’t realize that n*ggas be bigger. Ain’t nobody gonna know I’m 6’5, 237 pounds and Gucci is, I think, about the same height as me but he bigger than me, a little heavier than me.” (Vlad TV)
He also said the boxing fight would purely be for charity and not damage their friendship.
“He put that out there and I ain’t seen nobody step up yet. I don’t know which context he said it in, if he was just mad and calling out everybody and pretty much saying whatever, or if he was just challenging somebody to a fight and just want to get in there and box. But I’d get in the ring and box with Gucci. That’s my dude.” (Vlad TV)
Gucci publicly called out any and all challengers via Twitter last week.
“I’m challenging any rapper friend or foe in the ring to a boxing match. Put yo money up. Who got hands not raps. Who wants the challenge,” Gucci tweeted November 3rd.
“All Deez P*ssy a** rappers”
“The proceeds from the ring will go to charities. You scary a** Rappers” (Gucci Mane’s Twitter)
Recently, Atlanta rapper Yung Joc recently discussed Gucci’s publicized jabs.
“We ain’t got to throw hints, the homie Gucci, sounded like he dissed me, which he did, but guess what? Listen to the name of the song, ‘F the World,'” Joc said in an interview. “That’s what he on right now. You see he going in at everybody neck but whatever. One thing you got to give Gucci credit for, man, the guy is a master at getting his name in your mouth. … He’s learned how to do it, he’s done it several times — you gotta salute that, whether you like it or not. I ain’t tripping ’cause I know my financial status and situation. So it is what it is but I mean, you gotta love it.” (“The Loud Pack Show”)
Check out Game’s interview: