West Coast rapper Game’s manager, Taydoe, reportedly got assaulted by longtime music foe and G-Unit affiliate 40 Glocc over the weekend.
Reports of what allegedly went down hit the Internet on New Year’s Eve.
The fight between Game and 40 Glocc has continued, with Game’s manager Taydoe being the latest casualty. VladTV was exclusively told by a witness that 40 Glocc knocked out Taydoe in Las Vegas at the Hilton Hotel around 10pm on Saturday night. Taydoe was with his girlfriend when the altercation happened. Game and his crew are currently in Las Vegas. (Vlad TV)
40 Glocc hopped onto his Twiter page Monday and boasted about the incident.
“SEE THEY SEND ME ALL THESE TWITTER THREATS.. & SEE ME WITHOUT THEY HOMIES.. & THEY GO TO SLEEP.. NOW THEY MAD HE GOT KNOCKED OUT..,” he tweeted New Year’s Eve. (40 Glocc’s Twitter)
This comes weeks after Glocc dropped his “The Full Edit” diss track.
“They know I’m on trial, I ain’t have the burner on me,” 40 raps, “trying to pull a Tina Turner on me with a burner on me/But what the f*ck love got to do with this sh*t/Try to edit this sh*t while I edit your b*tch/Erase and replace, calculate estates, that’s one 4-5 and 52 in his face/I’m still 40 Glocc, ain’t sh*t changed n*gga/I want the whole account, not that little change n*gga — You f*cking hall monitor, I gave him a pass/You lucky I ain’t start spraying and nick your a**/I ain’t say sh*t when these n*ggas sued Suge/I’m Robin Hood, rob a b*tch, send it to the hood/F*ck that rent-a-cop you running with and that little a** Crip/F*ck your life and that cougar a** b*tch/I ain’t never been a snitch, f*ck who tell it…” (“The Full Edit”)
Over the summer, Game handed 40 a one-sided beatdown in Los Angeles.
“Everybody know I don’t go out like that,” Glocc told radio host Bootleg Kev. “I’m obviously held down at gunpoint, you know, it is what it is. I got jumped, all that footage is edited. I got jumped like three times. They sliced up footage of the edit, they made sure they cut everybody out that was jumping. But if you look at it, you see the feet, you see the people they was clipping the scenes. … Dealing with street stuff, you just gotta take it for what it is. But it’s not street stuff no more when you’re taking it and want to take it viral to boost your image like you punking somebody. He knows in my natural state, when I was ready to fight back, they rushed me again. … It was all them swining on me right there. It is what it is — it was really nothing I could do with that. But as far as the streets, he took it from being street when he took it viral and tried to use it to boost his image as far as him punking somebody.” (Power 98.3)