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by rocafan on 8/12/2005 02:48:00 PM

Game Interview speaking on Bleek and YG's

Source:allhiphop.com

 



*ain't it funny how you can be cool with a crew, screaming G-Unit on every song and now saying they suck.....lol....man what somebody won't do to get a little fame...*

AllHipHop.com: On “300 Bars” why did you come back and address Memphis Bleek after what seemed to be peace?

Game: Like I said, I’m Rap’s MVP. So sometimes, I just like to f**k with people, man. You know how bullies walk by and slap people on the back of the head just ‘cause they can’t do nothing? I like to pick and poke at the artists I think are wack in Hip-Hop, like Memphis Bleek. I like to smack around these weak MC’s. I think [The Young Gunz] are a joke. They sold even less than Memphis Bleek their first week. You can’t take those guys seriously – not when we’re talking Hip-Hop and the Nas’, the Big Daddy Kane’s, the Jay-Z’s, the ‘Pac’s, the Big’s, N.W.A.’s, and Run-DMC’s – and you got the f**kin’ Young Gunz dressin’ up like Jam Master Jay and Reverend Run on the album cover. That’s disrespectful. Then I listen to the music, and the s**t sounds like f**kin’ Sponge Bob [Squarepants’] mixtape.

AllHipHop.com: You’re on Kanye’s Late Registration on “Crack Music,” and of course “Dreams.” Has it been a conflict since you’ve attacked his brethren?

Game: No. If you think about it, Kanye West didn’t grow up with the Young Gunz or Memphis Bleek. Kanye is from Chicago. It’s not like they grew up and shared peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches together. It’s not like they’re foster brothers. We’re all grown men in the business. That’s the keyword: business. But anybody that feels that they wanna jump behind Bleek and help him out, I accept the challenge. I know that lyrically, I can entertain it and in the streets, I can entertain it.

AllHipHop.com: Let’s be blunt: Would you go at Jay if he came at you?

Game: Uhhh. If anybody came at me, I would accept the challenge. It’s Hip-Hop. Rap beefs go far back. It goes as far back as Busy Bee and KRS-One and guys like that. I got a lot of respect for Jay as an MC, and being a legend, and one of the greatest that ever did it. But it’s Hip-Hop; it’s a blood-sport. Whoever, whenever, whatever.

AllHipHop.com: To quote Rodney King, “Can’t we all just get along,” though?

Game: Beef is Hip-Hop is healthy until it gets violent. I’ve been involved in the violence at some of the early stages of my career, and I stray away from that. If it stays on wax, it’s healthy. That’s where most artists wanna keep it anyway.

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