Is Stitches Taking Credit for Shooting That Targeted The Game’s Crew?
Today (Sept. 16), The Game and his entourage were almost the victims of a drive-by shooting in front of Miami Beach hotel Fountaine Bleau. Although no one was harmed, the Compton rapper's history dictates that this incident won't go unresponded to, and The Game might not have to look too hard for the culprit. Some time after the incident, his Miami-based nemesis, Stitches, posted a video where he seemed to take credit for the shooting. You can watch the potentially incriminating video above.
In the video, Stitches claims that he "told those bitches not to come back" to his city, and that he "stayed quiet like nothing was going to happen." Those are vague statements, but given the Miami rapper's history with The Game and today's events, it seems unlikely that he was talking about anyone else. Last year, Stitches was reportedly knocked out by The Game's manager Wack 100. Afterwards, the Miami native challenged The Game to a fight, and the Compton rapper accepted his invitation a short time later.
Stitches and Game have yet to put their planned sparring match into motion, but the "One Blood" performer and Meek Mill could be throwing punches at each other pretty soon. This morning, The Breakfast Club unveiled "92 Bars," The Game's scathing new freestyle with bars threatening Meek Mill. In the song, he says that he wants to get down and dirty with Meek's girlfriend Nicki Minaj.
“Nicki won’t get no sleep, I’m coming through at 4 a.m., four deep / Leave a dead body on a soaked sheet,” raps Game on the track. Unfortunately for lovers of peace and good ole' fashioned battle rap, The Game also said that he wanted to get into a fist fight with Meek while performing in Miami last night.
According to TMZ, Game's problems with Meek stem from the robbery of Sean Kingston back in June. Meek and Game were in the club the same night Kingston got jacked, and the "Red Nation" MC believes Meek told police that Game's people were involved. You can read more about that story here.
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