The Game Reenacts Stitches' Knockout At Recent Concert

Posted by , Dec 14, 2015 at 12:21am

The Game and his crew reenact Stitches getting knocked out outside of Game's birthday party.


It's been 10 days since The Game gleefully watched his manager, Wack 100, knock out Stitches, with whom he had been engaged in a nasty Instagram beef. And he's still clowning the Miami rapper, who, on the same day he was released from jail for fighting Game's manager, got jumped by his own crew. In just over a week, the poor guy has become the viral laughingstock of the rap world. 

And Game hasn't let him have the last of it just yet. On Saturday night, Game performed at the Blazers Cup festival in San Bernardino, CA -- back on the West coast after celebrating his birthday in Stitches' native Miami. During the show, he asked fans if they wanted to see a reenactment of Stitches' K.O., to which, of course, they responded affirmatively. The Compton rapper even told everyone in the crowd to get their phones out to record his mockery of what went down. 

Game delivers a pretty spot on Stitches' impression -- "Game, you gon' fight me?" -- and he explains that, since he's on parole, he was held back by his homie while Stitches approached them. Before Game could get himself into any trouble, though, Wack 100 emerged out of nowhere and delivered a TKO for the ages. 

The Game and his crew reenact Stitches getting knocked out outside of Game's birthday party.

It's been 10 days since The Game gleefully watched his manager, Wack 100, knock out Stitches, with whom he had been engaged in a nasty Instagram beef. And he's still clowning the Miami rapper, who, on the same day he was released from jail for fighting Game's manager, got jumped by his own crew. In just over a week, the poor guy has become the viral laughingstock of the rap world. 

And Game hasn't let him have the last of it just yet. On Saturday night, Game performed at the Blazers Cup festival in San Bernardino, CA -- back on the West coast after celebrating his birthday in Stitches' native Miami. During the show, he asked fans if they wanted to see a reenactment of Stitches' K.O., to which, of course, they responded affirmatively. The Compton rapper even told everyone in the crowd to get their phones out to record his mockery of what went down. 

Game delivers a pretty spot on Stitches' impression -- "Game, you gon' fight me?" -- and he explains that, since he's on parole, he was held back by his homie while Stitches approached them. Before Game could get himself into any trouble, though, Wack 100 emerged out of nowhere and delivered a TKO for the ages. 

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