Game's beef with Lil Durk seemingly accelerated even further yesterday when he dropped his video for "Bigger Than Me," which followed up his lyric, "Your Freshmen cover a whole bunch of soft ass niggas/Tampon lyricists, evacuate the premises" by holding up a copy of the XXL 2014 Freshmen cover
, which features Lil Durk
, and ripping it in half. It wasn't the most pointed diss—after all, he took down the rest of the Freshmen class along with Durk, and fired shots at a lot of others on the track as well—but it was a continuation of a beef that has been broiling for over a month now, with diss tracks on either side, music videos, and other rappers jumping into the fray.
But this particular beef didn't originally start with Game and Durk; initially, it was an issue between Durk and Tyga that sparked off the war of words. Here's a timeline of everything that's gone down so far, and how things have gotten to this point. —Dan Rys
Previously: Lil Durk Wants To Holla At Game’s Ex-Fiancee
Game Has Gotten Into A Lot Of Beefs Lately
Game Protects Throne On “Bigger Than Me” Video