The Most Bi-Polar Muthafucka I ever seen
Despite his recent radio interview, The Game now says he doesn't really have any beef with Jay-Z. He says that the statements he made on the radio show were just a response to something he really doesn't have any proof of.
ďI heard that Jay sorta said something about me at the Wimbeldon tennis match,Ē The Game told an online hip-hop publication today.ďI didnít see him say it, I didnít hear no audio so I donít really know if he was dissing me, if he said something about me.Ē
He also added his respect and admiration for the Brooklyn rapper. ďWhat people donít know about Jay is Jay is probably the most witty rapper that ever walked the face of the earth,Ē Game explained. ďHeís witty, heís clever. His metaphors will be sitting right next to you and then hit you in the face so hard that you donít know what happened. Thatís the type of rapper Jay is. I was molded by that part of him and added that to my own persona and my own marksmanship as an emcee."
ďJay-Zís a legend, man. I respect his music, [but that] doesnít really mean I have to respect him if heís disrespecting me. The Jay that was talking about me at Wimbeldon under his breath, or says anything about me, is the Jay that Iíll go at, and thatís just it. Jay the rap artist, Jay the legend, Jay from Marcy Projects; that hustler turned dope artist, turned probably best lyricist that ever lived: I have respect for. Iím not gonna add wood to a fire thatís already burning out."
Right now, The Game is waiting for his next ,and supposedly final album release, of LAX, which is due to hit shelves August 26th.