West Coast rapper Ras Kass has intensified his war of words with Game over a physical altercation which allegedly took place over New Year’s weekend.
Writing on Twitter, Ras questioned why Game waited 72 hours before addressing the fight.
“Lmao!! Gayme waits 3 days to get his lie str8. He’s a track star, ran behind the pool table & called the police on me & Weez…,” Ras tweeted Tuesday (December 4) morning.
“I was just on TinyChat last night so where’s the broke jaw, where’s the scars. N*gga we socked ya n*ggas up & u ran.#1trackStar”
“Oh & the Homegirl got picks of u running….coming soon… A pictures worth a thousand @Game lies”
“keep it 100…I ain’t call police about Stripper the 1st time he lied, why would I callem now? Ya sh*t don’t add up cuz YOU called Police” (Ras Kass’ Twitter)
After Ras initially announced the fight took place on New Year’s Day, Game responded to the accusations yesterday.
“Gave Rass Kass a 2-piece nugget meal in da club da otha night. He went down n da 1st round like last time. Same soft chin, Different clothes,” Game tweeted January 3.
“When will they learn. Game: goodlookin right hook, u dazed dat n!gga. Right hook: it wasnt nuttin blood, he soft ! Left hook: what about me ? Game: we aint need u.” (Game’s Twitter)
Game previously spoke on a physical altercation with Kass around December 2006.
“Aint nobody hit that dude but me, he’s crazy talking about 30 people,” Game explained in an interview. “I never had beef and never met Ras Kass, unless it was a quick exhange saying hello. He talked about my son by name. You can say what you want about me, but what does my son got to do with it? I seen the n*gga in the club. I walked up to him in the club and it was my man’s birthday, so I didn’t want to mess up his party. When the lights came on, at the end I asked him about the freestyle. He said it wasn’t nothing, but he started in on that ‘it’s whatever I’m Ras Kass and I punched him in the face before he could finish…Ras Kass’ career is over, I ended it with that one punch last night.” (Hip Hop DX)
In late 2009, Kass explained where his problems with Game stemmed from.
“Our basic issue was that some n*ggas brown nosed the n*ggas because he was very successful,” Ras said in a phone interview. “I just knew his pedigree, I knew his background…He’s a stripper and he had blue contacts and blond hair, he got beat up a lot. Yeah, he had a tongue ring. You know, ‘Change of Heart,’ he didn’t have a tattoo, he had a Hawaiian shirt…That speaks volumes, I could see if that was like seven years ago but that was like, two years before he came out as the hardest n*gga on Earth. I was just like come on man, I’m not falling for it. A lot of n*ggas wasn’t falling for it but n*ggas like to play the politics groupie game and they stay brown nosing n*ggas that’s successful and because of the position 50 [Cent] put him in, since 50 didn’t have anything else to do at the time, and obviously he saw the ear of that [laughs] real quick. He put this n*gga on, he took off and then showed his true colors. 50 didn’t know his background, he was just a n*gga in the studio signed to [Dr.] Dre. He was a n*gga that could rap, not incredibly, but he could rap.” (Street Disciplez Radio)
Check out Ras Kass speaking on Game below: