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The Game vs. Ras Kass II: The Twitter Rematch

"Gave Ras Kass a 2-piece nugget meal in da club da otha night," Game counter-Tweeted. "He went down n da 1st round like last time...

Four years after these two first locked horns physically and in the booth, Ras Kass and The Game are again at each other’s throats, this time duking it out on Twitter. Back in 2006, Ras Kass allegedly got approached by Game in a nightclub after a subliminal line about the Compton rapper’s son. According to Game, and a few other eyewitnesses, he got the better of the physical exchange, with an on-hand bouncer going as far as to say on Beef IV that the Waterproof Emcee was carried unconscious out of the club. After dropping a few disses, Ras did more damage to his rep than Game’s fists could ever do, with an unintentionally hilarious retort video. Some people are made to drop trash talk, and others most certainly aren’t, as evident by the video below.

This time around, Ras Kass took to Twitter to claim he had run Game out of a club, and had supporting material to verify the incident.

“2011 starts out right!!!” Kass boasted. “Me and Game had a rumble. Dude way pussy. Don’t punch and run. We got [a] pic faggot! Happy New Year!”

The said picture hasn’t surfaced. Game, a constant Twitter shit-talker, gave his own version of the fight, claiming he punched Ras Kass twice.

“Gave Ras Kass a 2-piece nugget meal in da club da otha night,” Game counter-Tweeted. “He went down n da 1st round like last time. Same soft chin, different clothes.”

Since their initial 2006 encounter, Ras Kass has released several diss records, including “Hush Little Baby” and “Gayme Over.”

At press time, neither man has disclosed whether new diss records are forthcoming.

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One thing about West Coast emcees, they can carry a beef into a full decade (see DJ Quik and MC Eiht). This situation is just ridiculous, though. If it’s to the point where they can’t be civil in each other’s presence, it has nothing to do with musical competition and who’s the better emcee. I doubt it’ll happen, but why not have a one on one fight to settle matters permanently? Do it behind close doors, and after that, let it go and keep each other’s name out your mouth. Fat Joe did it with an old Terror Squad member a few years back, and I’ve had to do it a few times over the course of my life.

Anything beats the Twitter back and forth. Ras is right. It is 2011, a new year, and neither guy needs to be rolling around in the street over a 2006 beef.

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