The Game & Problem Roast Rich Homie Quan For Forgetting Biggie Lyrics

Posted by , Jul 13, 2016 at 09:45am

Rich Homie Quan is still getting dragged for flubbing a Notorious B.I.G. verse at the VH1 Hip Hip Honors.


During an appearance on TMZ's "Raq Rants" Tueday, The Game and Problem addressed Rich Homie Quan's failure to recite Notorious B.I.G.'s verse from "Get Money" while performing alongside Lil Kim at Monday's VH1 Hip Hop Honors.

Game and Problem were good-humored and eager to roast RHQ on the matter. "You gotta know the history of the shit that you involved in. As artists, we all know our homework on this hip hop shit," Problem said.

“That Biggie verse, thats our pledge allegiance to the flag," Game said. "You can’t fuck that up. You know it.”

They took particular pleasure in Quan rapping "Cease and Alamo" rather than "Cease and Nino."

I don't know who Alamo is, bro," Game said.

"That's the rental car company," Problem added.

Quan took to Instagram to apologize for his error Tuesday night. “Once on stage I had some technical difficulties and must admit I got nervous. I will forever be sorry to New York, my fans, Biggie Small, Lil Kim, and all the Hip Hop community for my performance.”

Ultimately, Game & Problem determined that Quan's mistake was not career-ending. “I got business with that man," Game said, "and he’s a cool dude.”

Rich Homie Quan is still getting dragged for flubbing a Notorious B.I.G. verse at the VH1 Hip Hip Honors.

During an appearance on TMZ's "Raq Rants" Tueday, The Game and Problem addressed Rich Homie Quan's failure to recite Notorious B.I.G.'s verse from "Get Money" while performing alongside Lil Kim at Monday's VH1 Hip Hop Honors.

Game and Problem were good-humored and eager to roast RHQ on the matter. "You gotta know the history of the shit that you involved in. As artists, we all know our homework on this hip hop shit," Problem said.

“That Biggie verse, thats our pledge allegiance to the flag," Game said. "You can’t fuck that up. You know it.”

They took particular pleasure in Quan rapping "Cease and Alamo" rather than "Cease and Nino."

I don't know who Alamo is, bro," Game said.

"That's the rental car company," Problem added.

Quan took to Instagram to apologize for his error Tuesday night. “Once on stage I had some technical difficulties and must admit I got nervous. I will forever be sorry to New York, my fans, Biggie Small, Lil Kim, and all the Hip Hop community for my performance.”

Ultimately, Game & Problem determined that Quan's mistake was not career-ending. “I got business with that man," Game said, "and he’s a cool dude.”

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