West Coast rapper Game recently addressed his publicized fight at Lil Wayne‘s birthday party last September and said he got a blessing from Cash Money before striking Young Jeezy protégé 2Eleven.
According to Game, he approached Weezy and Cash Money head Baby about attacking 2Eleven.
“No, because 211 at Lil Wayne’s party was after [the] 40 Glocc [fight],” Game said in an interview. “He was like one of Young Jeezy’s artists. He was wrapped up in that whole 40 Glocc thing, they was kinda together in it and I caught him at Weezy’s birthday party, I told Wayne — ‘I can’t give him a pass.’ So how am I going to do this since it’s Wayne’s birthday party? So I just went up to Wayne like, ‘Look, this LA, y’all here, it’s a wonderful birthday party, you’re my guy — I gotta put hands on this dude’ and Weezy was like, ‘Go ahead Blood.’ And I was like, ‘Whoa.’ So then I took it a step further and went to Baby — I told Baby the same thing and Baby was like, ‘Go ahead.'” (Hot 97)
Back in October, 2Eleven said Game hit him with a sneak attack.
2Eleven tells us, he had no idea Game even wanted to fight him — but last Thursday at Weezy’s 30th birthday celebration at a Hollywood nightclub, 2Eleven says Game sucker punched him out of nowhere in the back of the head. TMZ posted video footage of the aftermath. 2Eleven says it came as a total shock — because he had been sitting at the same table with Game, Birdman, Chris Brown and others for a full hour with no problems … no words, nothing. As we reported, Game’s telling the opposite story — saying 2Eleven was talking smack, and that’s what started it — but 2Eleven insists he was just minding his own business. 2Eleven says he has no plans to press charges — telling TMZ, “I just want to put out the true story.” (TMZ)
A few days prior, Eleven denied sparking the publicized altercation.
“So I had seen one of my homies, I went to catch him. I walk out the section right, I take five steps outside the section and someone comes and hits me from the back of my head,” 2Eleven told AllHipHop.com. “I turn around and I could see the security like on the way, so I tried to get one off on him,” 2Eleven said. “There wasn’t no fight, no words. From what I heard and what I heard on the internet it’s like I ran up to him and had some words. But man there wasn’t no words. Why would I run up to a n**ga that 6’5″ with two armed bodyguards with him, talking some s**t, with me and my young homie. I’m not even that kind of dude my n**ga.” (AHH)
The former G-Unit member previously hopped on Twitter to address what allegedly went down.
“RT @DontKryWolfHoe: @thegame you know 211 can’t fight u better off giving him a Murphy – I be thinkin’ these n*ggas wit it like they say SMH,” he tweeted September 29th.
“RT @YoungGodNinja: @thegame How many punches it take to KO him lol? – honestly 3. 1st one floored em’ he was down 30 secs then caught 2 more”
“Man, I’m bout to 40 glocc these Frosted Flakes… 211 these Eggo waffles & Rass Kass these grapes !!! N*gga http://instagr.am/p/QK1NCZmoqM/”
“It was just a fade p*ssy. Take yo “L” & sit yo punk a** down like the rest & stop pretending to be tough. #NeverCominOutRecords a** n*ggas”
“I was standing over you while you was faced down & coulda “Compton Stomped” you….. But I aint shady so I let you up & 2 pieced you again.”
“Blood, I’m off this website. Aint no real n*ggas in this sh*t no more. R.I.P. Pac, Bountry Al & Heroin #RealN*ggas” (Game’s Twitter)
Check out Game’s interview below: