The Game issues a few shots in Young Thug's direction during a live freestyle for Skee TV.
The Game and Young Thug's beef was rekindled recently when Thug felt slighted by some subliminal jabs made by The Game and Charlamagne Tha God during a Breakfast Club interview. Thugger responded with an Instagram video, which led to a bit of IG back and forth with the two.
Things quickly subsided, but The Game adds more fuel to the fire today thanks to footage of a freestyle he did during his recent Skee TV performance. The West Coast rapper was mid-performing "Hate It Or Love It" when he strayed from the record for a bit to throw a diss Young Thug's way. He ends the song with a second diss, reiterating what he said the first time around.
The lyrics in question (once again) bring up the fact that Thug has been photographed in a skirt/dress. The first jabs come around the 2-minute mark when he raps, "I'm from Compton, used to be a young blood," he raps. "These days you n*ggas got Young Thugs." The following lyrics get a bit convoluted, due to the noise, but he ends his performance with:
"Since I was 10 years old, I was a young blood. These days y’all n*ggas got Young Thug. Y’all rappers wearing skirts. My rappers type of rappers to put n*ggas in a hearse."
Watch the full performance below. Promotional tactic for The Documentary 2 or heartfelt beef?