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The LA rapper has ever-so-slightly put himself in a bit of an awkward position following his recent Slim Shady diss track from his 10th studio, 30-song, album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind.
On the album, which dropped earlier today (12 August), The Game is clearly going for Em's head by spitting: "One thing you can never have is my motherf**kin' Black... skin.
"This ain't no suit that I wore. This ain't a mansion, a hangin' plaque, this ain't no stupid award. So, oh, he goes platinum.
"And, oh, I'm on the 'Math with him. He got all the blackest friends. He wants to be African, me."
He also name drops Eminem's daughter, Hailie, and said: "Dear Slim, Hailie's with me and she's unharmed for now (Dad, I'm really scared). These are the deepest secrets, I keep and I be on defence. 'Cause G's ain't supposed to fold up."
Despite seemingly having an issue with Shady, unearthed footage shows just how highly The Game rates the Detroit rapper.
In a video, which seems to be from 2010, he says that he would 'run' if he ever got into 'beef' with Eminem.
The Game said: "Eminem is Eminem. If you notice in Hip Hop Eminem is the only rapper that nobody ever wants a problem with, including myself.
"Eminem is like the most lyrically insane. Even I was going at 50 and me and Dre were not seeing eye to eye, I stayed away from the white dude.
"He a problem… I don’t think that there is a rapper he won’t slay. And you don’t even want to war Eminem, he crazy…
"If he were to come at me with industry beef, I would RUN. You don’t understand it. I’m a hip hop artist and one of the biggest ones in the world.
"You don’t even want a beef with Eminem. He shreds MCs and I ain’t his best friend or nothing. He can’t be slain by nobody – Jay knows, everybody know."
Very awks indeed.
Not only that, but Eminem fans have shared screenshots of The Game's 'top ten best rappers alive list' from 2021 and you best believe that Eminem is fourth on his list.
To go one step further, fans also spotted The Game's Instagram comment on Eminem's Insta post of 2018's 'Killshot', which was his Machine Gun Kelly diss track.
Full of praise, the comment read: "@eminem WTF did I just hear?!?!?!?!? (about 30 fire emojis) #ThisIsWhyiRap #GOATs**t #Aftermath #WHATTHEENTIREF**KBLOOD."
I mean, could this be the first high profile rap diss that doesn't even warrant a response?
'Dear Slim I wrote you and you still ain't calling'.