Surviving The Game
It has been confirmed that The Game and Ras Kass were involved in a verbal disagreement which turned physical last night at an unknown night club in Los Angeles. Supposedly Game approached Ras Kass to confront him about certain lyrics in his song “King of the West.” The Game thought that particular lines in the song were directed not only at his child but also his position as a West Coast artist. The two continued to exchange words before Ras told Game “I’m not taking back what I said. I’m still standing right here.”
This is where the details of the fight get a little polluted. People within the Black Wall Street Camp are claiming that The Game then proceed to deck Ras, which made him slide across the floor. Another side of the story is while walking away from the conflict, Ras was hit over the head with an object (which is alleged to be a bottle) by Game. A group of his weed carriers then jumped in and threw Ras to the ground.
Who knows which story is actually true. I’m crossing my fingers that footage from the fight will mysteriously pop up on YouTube so I can judge for myself.
Ras Kass “K.O.T.W. (King of the West)” (2006)
The environment was a lot lighter at Nas’ surprise birthday party last night in New York City. The old school themed birthday bash was filled with people familiar famous faces as The Bravehearts, Usher, D-Nice, Nick Cannon, Slick Rick, Kwame. ?questlove, Chris Webber, Steve Stoutt, comedian Tracy Morgan, Dana Dane, Just Ice, Chamillionaire (who looks awfully a lot like a grilled out Pokemon), and DMC. It is also rumored that Jim Jones made an appearance but I haven’t seen any pictures of him at the event yet. I wouldn’t put it pass my favorite Dirt Angel though.