- game-22Game has never been a stranger to beef—no rapper who has ever been associated with G-Unit is—throughout his years in the hip-hop world, and he hasn't been shying away from controversy recently, either. Whether it was his personal problems with his fiancé, his long-running feud with 40 Glocc or his seemingly random dive into the Tyga/Lil Durk beef—not to mention his predictable reaction to the G-Unit reunion—Game has been in the headlines full force in the past few months. With a new label deal, his charity work and a slew of new projects on the way, Game is firmly back in the public eye. Here are 12 of his most controversial incidents over the past few months.<br /><br /><em>Ed. Note: This story has been updated as of May 6, 2015.</em>
- Game-1<h2>The Game Vs The World</h2>The Game calls himself the “Black Marshall Mathers” and goes off on everyone in the industry on his newest single "<a href="http://www.xxlmag.com/rap-music/new-music/2014/06/game-bigger-than-me/" target="_blank">Bigger Than Me</a>.” He comes at the <em>XXL</em> Freshman 2014 class, calling them soft, disses Frank Ocean, Spawn (a comic book vigilante) and pretty much the new generation of hip-hop.
Looks like everyone is one the independent wave now. After 50 Cent inked his deal to go indie, Game has joined the party by linking up with eOne for what will be his first independent release in his career. After having a stellar run on Interscope, Game has taken his talents over to eOne and will release his new album, BLOOD MONEY LA FAMILIA, September 16th.
In addition to that, Game will drop two singles this month to gain some momentum for his new album. Those singles are “Or Nah” and “Bigger than Me.”
In a press release, Alan Grunblatt, President of eOne Music, said, “Game makes music people care about. I’m looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship between him, Cash Jones and eOne.”
In addition to that, Game seems pretty confident in his ability to churn out another #1 album.
“Blood Money La Familia will be another #1 album,” he said in the release.
The album will be distributed through Blood Money La Familia/Fifth Amendment Ent./eOne Music. Don’t hold you breath, if you’re hoping for Game and G-Unit collaboration either.