Rapper 2Eleven gives details about his fight with Game this past weekend at Lil Wayne's birthday party and says he was attacked from behind.
Amidst all the drama that took place at the BET Awards this past weekend, there was also another altercation making headlines. This one was between Game and rapper 2Eleven at Lil Wayne’s exclusive 30th Birthday Party dubbed “Project XXX”. Initial reports were that 2Eleven approached Game at the party and had some choice words for him and that is what set the California rapper off. Now 2Eleven says that he did nothing to provoke Game that night and was attacked from behind.
Giving details to AllHipHop, 2Eleven’s rendition of the story was that he was simply walking up to see one of his boys, when he was suddenly hit, “So I had seen one of my homies, I went to catch him. I walk out the section right, I take five steps outside the section and someone comes and hits me from the back of my head.”
After being attacked, he decided to fight back, “I turn around and I could see the security like on the way, so I tried to get one off on him,” 2Eleven said. “There wasn’t no fight, no words.”
The CTE affiliate refutes reports that he went up to Game and started talking smack. In fact, he recognizes how ill-fated it would be to approach him with his body guards, “From what I heard and what I heard on the internet it’s like I ran up to him and had some words. But man there wasn’t no words. Why would I run up to a nigga that 6’5” with two armed bodyguards with him, talking some shit, with me and my young homie.” Thoughtfully adding, “I’m not even that kind of dude my nigga. I sit back and play the cut, I’m on these bitches. Plus we at Wayne’s private party, like c’mon man, you just on some niggaa shit.”
Although he may not have provoked him at the party, this was not an altogether unprovoked attack, as 2Eleven and Game have beef stemming back to September 2011 when one of 2Eleven’s boys, Jomo “Rosemo700” Zambia had a confrontation with Game will the rapper was with his son shopping.
2Eleven says he will not be pressing charges.