Black Wall Street rapper Game called out Suge Knight during a live freestyle over the weekend dissing the former Death Row Records owner and his brand.
During the freestyle, Game also took credit for influencing Lil Wayne, Jim Jones and Gucci Mane to become Bloods.
"It's 2010 and I said f*ck Suge!," Game freestyled during a performance. "Because I'm a motherf*cking animal/And they don't know that I'm a cannibal/Emcees I eat 'em, thick b*tches I beat 'em/I fry haters up just 'cause I don't need 'em/Where the f*ck we from, n*gga from Compton/Where the f*ck we from, we from Compton...Weezy, I made that n*gga a Blood, Jim Jones, I made that n*gga a Blood, Gucci [Mane], I made that n*gga a Blood, so when they throw it up, eveybody say what's up...Everybody in this b*tch know what Game 'bout/Suge took the same route...Let's vote, 2010, n*gga f*ck Death Row!" (WSHH)
Game previously released his anti-Suge song "My B*tch" around 2006.
"Last but not least my gangsta b*tch," Game rapped referring to Suge. "From Compton, always in and out of jail and sh*t/B*tch tried to burn Snoop, stole Chronic from Doc/Blew the whole West Coast, even tried to f*ck Pac/Type of b*tch to stand on Beverley Hills/Word on the street's she got a few real n*ggas killed/I look up now she on my d*ck, telling me how she always gonna be my b*tch/Pop up at awards shows always following me/B*tch doing dumb sh*t, got a college degree/No pre-nupt, one n*gga got stuck with her/I was smart, knew always not to f*ck with her/What goes around comes around, scandalous sh*t, somebody tried to kill that b*tch/Burnt bridges and ain't had one friend left/N*ggas that know her called her the devil in that red dress." ("My B*tch")
Suge recently spoke on which artists have caught his attention.
"I'm gonna be doing some movies, gonna do some music but you know mainly I've been around my environment," he explained in an interview. "You know, going back to the stomping grounds that I never left, enjoying it is basically what I've been doing. You know, you got a lot new artists out there. I mean Lil Wayne, his stuff is always hot. Even Jeezy had a cut I liked this year. There's a lot of artists I feel aren't really out yet, you got Glasses Malone. Glasses is on his way, same thing with Nipsey Hussle. Nipsey's gonna do well, Glasses is gonna do extremely well. Jay Rock is gonna do well. More importantly, these top guns nobody knows about, I got some sh*t where it feels like it's back to the basics kinda how it is when you feel the music, it's not like so commercial. (Hip Hop Stan)
Known for controversy, Suge's "bad guy" image was recently questioned by former Death Row artist Crooked I.
"Suge taught me a lot," Crooked explained in an interview. "He sat me down with Russell Simmons. He sat me down with Lyor Cohen. He sat me down with LA Reid. He sat me down with the bosses who moved this game...All the bosses, they do it the same kinda way, it's just that they was intimidated by the dude...People get intimidated, I don't blame him for that, I blame the person who's intimidated. Why be intimidated? Okay motherf*cker, that's how you wanna come, this is me coming. I don't blame him, it's like, step up motherf*cker...The industry wants me to bad mouth Suge Knight, they want me to. I don't have sh*t to say bad really like that. I made money on Death Row, it launched me to where I'm at, when I walk into the offices at a record company they respect me because they know what I've been through." (Hip Hop Game)