Los Angeles, CA – The Game previewed a part of his upcoming Born To Rap album in Hollywood final week for a number of choose people. A line from one track specifically made headlines because of its graphic nature and the truth tv star he was referencing.

“I’m a G.O.A.T. nigga/I held Kim Kardashian by her throat nigga/Made her swallow my youngsters till she choked nigga/I ought to apologize…as a result of Ye my people nigga,” he raps.

As a end result, the Los Angeles-bred rapper has a easy query.

“Just wakened,” he wrote in a current Instagram Story. “Is Hip hop Still gentle? Asking for a pal.”

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#TheGame woke up with a question!! 👀

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Words like “disrespectful” and “unsuitable” have been thrown at Game on social media because the lyric surfaced. Kardashian’s husband Kanye West lately went at Drake after he realized the 6 God was merely following his spouse on Instagram. But, apparently Game isn’t nervous by any potential penalties.

He took to Instagram on Sunday (January 27) to let his 9.9 million followers know he’s going to say no matter he needs to say.

“This album has been a second of solidarity for me between myself & my truest followers,” he captioned a photograph of himself. “Other than them, the one cause I do that is due to my youngsters, my instant household & my closest mates.

“If you’re on the opposite facet of the fence for no matter cause & have an issue with me or the issues I do in or outdoors of music….. FUCK YOU, from the underside of my coronary heart !!! Sincerely, The Game #BornToRap.”

Born To Rap is allegedly Game’s ultimate album, however everybody is aware of how that goes.

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