The Game proudly declared how he had no filter during his recent appearance on The Breakfast Club but he had to clear the air after he got a little too candid mentioning the dead.
Jayceon Taylor has been in many fights in his life; some confirmed, some hearsay, and longtime followers of the Compton MC know very well of one that falls in the latter category with California Bloods gang member Rosemo700, who died a purported 40 days after he allegedly fought his rapper rival in a mall while he was with his son.
A few years ago, Rosemo700 and his friend Ice Burgundy created a viral explanation of the fight that Game maintained never took place and the topic came up at the tail end of yesterday’s Breakfast Club interview.
When Angela Yee asked Game whether or not on-the-spot beefs were different if his offspring is in the area, Chuck stated, “If you approach me while I’m with my kids then, 40 days.”
After he got a bit of jarring in his social media comments, Game called up TMZ and was clear he didn’t want to have his twisted but he still remains neutral about the situation.
“I don’t really have any type of feelings good or bady for a guy who was threatening my life and threatening the lives of my kids, so I don’t feel bad,” Game said. “I said it how I said…don’t expect me to feel bad for a guy that passed away, when he was alive, threatened me and my kids and my family and my well being because I don’t care.”
The infamous Rosemo700 video can be seen on the next page, followed by an even more graphic one.
Photo: Instagram / The Game
Source: Hip Hop Wired Feed