Posted by , Aug 14, 2016 at 08:39pm
The Game boasts about a potentially legendary accomplishment on his new song, "Sauce."

Yesterday, The Game shared a new song, "Sauce," which included an intro courtesy of DJ Khaled. It's a strong effort no doubt, though "Sauce" has come under added scrutiny for one particular line involving all three of the Kardashian sisters. In the final verse, he raps, "I used to fuck bitches that Usher Raymond passed off / Then I fucked three Kardashians, hold that thought." 

In 2014, Game admitted to BBC Radio 1's Charlie Sloth that he and Kim had dated for a "short while." He also mentions Kim (and Paris Hilton) earlier in the same verse on "Sauce," rapping, "Bought my first Bentley and let Kim and Paris pick the colors." 

During the same BBC interview, he denied that he was dating Khloe at the time, as there had been rumors of them getting together shortly after she divorced Lamar Odom. He did say, however, that he and Khloe go way back. Indeed, earlier this summer, the youngest Kardashian sister revealed that she had lived in a house with The Game -- as well as three other men -- when she was just 17. She didn't say anything to imply that she had sexual relations with the Compton rapper whilst living together, but in any case, this is not the first time that The Game has been linked to Khloe or Kim. 

That leaves one more Kardashian -- the oldest sister, Kourtney, whom, until now, had not had any public affiliation with The Game. He certainly suggests that she got intimate with him, unless he's referring to either of the Jenner sisters, which, considering his age, would be inappropriate. 

Now, "Sauce" is filled with off-the-cuff shit talking -- delivered with the proper audacity -- so perhaps each lyric shouldn't be deconstructed at face value. It is surprising, though, that he would boast about hitting all three Kardashians considering his friendship and collaborative partnership with Kim's husband and baby father, Kanye West, who joined him on The Documentary's "Mula." 

Listen to "Sauce" here

The Game Says He F*cked All 3 Kardashian Sisters On New Song "Sauce"

The Game boasts about a potentially legendary accomplishment on his new song, "Sauce."


Yesterday, The Game shared a new song, "Sauce," which included an intro courtesy of DJ Khaled. It's a strong effort no doubt, though "Sauce" has come under added scrutiny for one particular line involving all three of the Kardashian sisters. In the final verse, he raps, "I used to fuck bitches that Usher Raymond passed off / Then I fucked three Kardashians, hold that thought." 

In 2014, Game admitted to BBC Radio 1's Charlie Sloth that he and Kim had dated for a "short while." He also mentions Kim (and Paris Hilton) earlier in the same verse on "Sauce," rapping, "Bought my first Bentley and let Kim and Paris pick the colors." 

During the same BBC interview, he denied that he was dating Khloe at the time, as there had been rumors of them getting together shortly after she divorced Lamar Odom. He did say, however, that he and Khloe go way back. Indeed, earlier this summer, the youngest Kardashian sister revealed that she had lived in a house with The Game -- as well as three other men -- when she was just 17. She didn't say anything to imply that she had sexual relations with the Compton rapper whilst living together, but in any case, this is not the first time that The Game has been linked to Khloe or Kim. 

That leaves one more Kardashian -- the oldest sister, Kourtney, whom, until now, had not had any public affiliation with The Game. He certainly suggests that she got intimate with him, unless he's referring to either of the Jenner sisters, which, considering his age, would be inappropriate. 

Now, "Sauce" is filled with off-the-cuff shit talking -- delivered with the proper audacity -- so perhaps each lyric shouldn't be deconstructed at face value. It is surprising, though, that he would boast about hitting all three Kardashians considering his friendship and collaborative partnership with Kim's husband and baby father, Kanye West, who joined him on The Documentary's "Mula." 

Listen to "Sauce" here

Comments

135
ADD COMMENTView Comment Thread