The Game separates fact from fiction, in a post explaining his beef with 6ix9ine.
The Game has made a conspicuous example of Tekashi 6ix9ine by pointing out an obvious discrepancy in his "branding." On Instagram this morning, The Game posted a picture of so-called Piru affiliate lounging on a blue bandana bedspread, widely know as the color code of the rival Crips Gang. The Game has spent the better part of a decade chronicling day-to-day gang activities of his dearly beloved Cedar Block Piru Gang, loyal to the west side of Compton. What bothered him in particular was Tekashi's destructive use of "Gang Culture" for commercial ends, at least as he sees fit.
The Game took a moment to explain his anger with a lengthy caption. He described the red flag as more than a color, but also a "way of life" and something that has nearly cost him his life on countless occasions. He then refers to Tekashi by his given name of Daniel, demystifying the aura of invincibility he has worked so hard to create. The Game quick retort comes in response of Tekashi reposting a video of The Game appearing on a dating show before he was famous, referring to him as a "fake blood."
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