Even though The Game has recently made amends with one former foe, Meek Mill, it appears as though Tory Lanez could be looking to start something up next.

During a video posted to his Instagram Story on Tuesday (Dec. 4), the California rapper aired his frustrations with a word of advice, telling rappers of today to stop comparing themselves to Tupac Shakur.

Tory Lanez, who recently compared to Tupac Shakur's behind-bars album release to that of 6ix9ine's, took The Game’s comments to be directed at him.

In a post that has since been deleted from his Instagram account, Tory responded to The Game’s comments by playing Destiny's Child's "Say My Name" and taking it a step further by asking Game to "stop the subliminals." He even tagged The Game in the post.


Although Lanez already defended himself on Twitter amid social media backlash, writing, “I did not compare 6ix9ine to 2 pac ... I just said they both dropped big albums from jail at the level of fame that they had . Get off my dick .” it appears as though this isn’t the end of that just yet.

Both The Game and Lanez’s posts have been deleted, leading to speculation that maybe they deaded the situation before it could gain any more steam.

Take a look at Tory Lanez’s response to The Game’s recent commentary below.

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