West Coast rapper Game has spoken out on Twitter to deny rumors claiming he was attacked and beatdown in a fight sometime this week.
Although Game did not give out specifics, he did kill rumors claiming a fight took place.
“N*ggas a make up anything to get a buzz blood !!!! How u knock game out & I’m just landing f*g !!! #twittergangsterskillmeblood,” he tweeted September 13th.
“LOL n*ggas is funny blood !!! But if u really wanna TRY…. I’ll be at colony tonite as promised !!! #suwoobizness” (Game’s Twitter)
Last August, Game avoided a criminal investigation following a Hollywood scuffle.
Police today (August 25) said they aren’t going to arrest the rapper Game for an alleged assault at a Hollywood club early on Tuesday morning. The rapper showed up at Hollywood Police Station today to tell police that he didn’t throw any punches in Tuesday night’s scuffle. After interviewing witnesses and taking a look at the shaky partial footage of the incident, the police toldTMZ that they bought Game’s story. (LAist)
Footage of Game’s physical confrontation landed online around late August.
The Game has been accused of punching a man in the face in front of a Hollywood nightclub early Tuesday morning … law enforcement sources tell TMZ. We’re told the rapper has been named in a police report … filed by a man who claims he was attacked by The Game in front of Colony nightclub. TMZ obtained footage of the incident — which shows The Game engaged in a physical altercation … but it’s unclear if the rapper actually threw a punch. After the initial skirmish, a fired up Game can be seen yelling in frustration — and was restrained by his friends. We’re told the LAPD is investigating the incident … but no arrests have been made. So far, no word from The Game himself — but people close to the rapper tell us he denies hitting anyone. (TMZ)
Outside of fight talk, Game’s latest solo album currently remains on the Top 200 sales chart.
West Coast rapper Game’s R.E.D. Album dropped seven slots to No. 8 with 38,800. With two weeks under his belt, the Compton-bred emcee’s new LP stands at 136,700 sold records. (SOHH Sales Wrap)
Check out a recent Game interview below: