During the 2012 BET Awards, Wizkid, BET Winner for Best International Act Africa, shared the picture above through his social media platforms that went viral. He told us he was collaborating with Young Jeezy and The Game. Shortly after, a video clip emerged with Jeezy confirming the news.
Well, AML people . . . errr . . . maybe Wizkid and EME might wanna
skip fallback on that collabo for a minute. The Game is out there acting a fool and it is captured on video. I don’t know what it is with adult men acting like complete fools. The Game, “is you fo’ real tho?”
Can y’all explain this foolishness below? Is this what anyone would be trying to affiliate with much less a very young emerging rapper like Wizkid who is still trying to break into the USA market? I say, “nah menh we finna leave that alone. He ain’t even all dat.” Did this fool (The Game) actually say “you gon put it on the internet.” Foolishness at its highest level.
AML USA people and other interested parties, for my break down of the crime of criminal battery which is what The Game is seen doing here, click the Ray J and Fabulous case I discuss here a while back.
“Video has surfaced of rapper The Game ferociously beating up a former G-Unit rapper named 40 Glocc … and now the victim claims Game pulled a gun right before the fight.
The cell phone footage — some of it shot by The Game — shows the rapper confronting 40 Glocc in the middle of a Hollywood street … saying, “You wanna finish it? You wanna finish it right here?”
Game then proceeds to throw a barrage of punches at 40 Glocc … some of which connect right in the rapper’s face.
During the footage, 40 Glocc tells the camera, “I just got jumped, n*gga.”
The Game continues to throw punches and calls 40 a “punk ass n*gga.”” -TMZ
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