Game And Rampage Jackson Beef Over New 'A-Team' Role

Game And Rampage Jackson Beef Over New 'A-Team' Role

When popular MMA fighter Rampage Jackson and volatile Compton rapper Game went out for the same role in the film adaptation of 80's TV show 'The A-Team,' few could have predicted that the decision to cast Rampage over Game would result in beef between the two entertainers.

 
Though the two appeared civil at the premier in June, Game later criticized Jackson, saying, "When he had that UFC fight against Rashad Evans and he lost, I felt like that was me [winning]. 'Don't you know n---a? I play [B.A. Baracus] better than you! I pity the fool!' I went in there and I killed the Mr. T role on my screen test."
 
Rampage responded in a video interview by saying that he would have refused to watch the 'The A-Team,' had Game gotten the role, and challenged the rapper to battle him at acting, rapping or wrestling.
 
"I don't care if it turned into a great big franchise and they made a bunch of sequels," Rampage said. "I would've been like 'Oh man, they got The Game? Homeboy was on the 'Change of Heart' dating show and his chick had a change of heart. She went with another dude. [Game] sitting there with blonde hair and he all gangsta talking about he from Compton. I'm from Memphis, and Memphis is real!"
 
Though the beef appeared to have died down, Game rekindled the flames via Twitter yesterday. "Rampage Jackson is an Orange County 'HOUSE WIFE.' I'm from the streets champ, I mean chump !!! Loose lips sink ships," Game wrote. "You a wrestler...so go wrestle n---a. Cuz if sumn happen to you out here, they lookin for me.. so keep it entertainment "VALLEY N---A[sic]"
 
Rampage has yet to respond, and Game spent the rest of the day tweeting about his new 'Brakelights' mixtape, but we have a sneaking suspicion that Game isn't done with this particular vendetta. 
 
Check out Game's new mixtape, 'Brakelights,' here.
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