- The Game believes that he is a better rapper than his homeboy Kendrick Lamar
- The Game has claimed that nobody from Compton, California can out-rap him
- Social media users have shared mixed reaction to The Game's recent claims
The Game has claimed that he is a better rapper than his homie Kendrick Lamar. Both the US superstars stars were born in Compton, California. The Game has confidently said that not even one rapper from Compton can out-rap him, including Kendrick.
The Game made it clear that he is the greatest to ever do it in Compton during a conversation with West Coast rappers Malone and Kxng Crooked in Clubhouse.
"Can’t nobody in Compton out-rap Game, n*gga. Can't nobody in Compton out-rap me," The Game said, according to Complex.
When someone mentioned Kendrick's name, the Dreams hitmaker explained that he became successful way before Kendrick made it and claimed he even taught the Swimming Pools hitmaker a trick or two about rap.
"I flew past Kendrick when that n*gga was on foot, n*gga, in a Range Rover and showed him how to do this sh*t. Don't play."
Social media users have shared mixed opinions on The Game's claims. Check out some of their comments below:
"The only good song The Game has is Hate It or Love It. Kendrick is the Goat."
"I mean The Game did out-rap Kendrick in 2018, 2019, and 2020... Seeing that we are still waiting on that next album."
"Meek out-rapped him when he made OOOUUU... Game diss."
"Tell him to stop spitting the same freestyles over and over then we will talk."
"I mean... he might be the TALLEST rapper from Compton, but certainly not the best lyricist with the best flow. Tallest. Yes. I'm going with that."
"Game is nice but Kendrick is a true lyricist. Like that 90s-type lyricist. When dudes was RAPPING rapping."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Keyshia Cole and Ashanti trended on social media following their epic Verzuz battle on Thursday night, 21 January. The two singers belted out their new and old tunes during the battle.
Even though both the superstars arrived late for the show, their fans were impressed when the musicians finally performed. Keyshia sang her hits such as I Changed My Mind, I Should Have Cheated and Enough of No Love, among others. Ashanti performed her hot tracks including Happy, The Way I Love You and Don't Leave Me Alone.
Both the musicians also gave their fans a taste of their new music. They both sang new songs during the battle. The artists' impressed fans flooded social media during and after the show to share their thoughts on their battle. Twitter was divided over who won the hotly-contested Verzuz battle.
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