The Game Freestyle Battles With His Alleged Ghostwriter & Smashes It (Video)

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It’s been a busy week for The Game. In addition to preparing for the release of his forthcoming eighth album, 1992, he has been embroiled in a bitter feud with Meek Mill. So far, their beef has generated three hard-hitting diss records, a barrage of social media attacks, and involvement by Beanie Sigel and Sean Kingston. Now, Game is also facing allegations from MMG artist Chino that Game used a ghostwriter for his scorching “Pest Control” diss record.

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The Game joined Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning show earlier today (9/21) to discuss a number of issues, including the genesis of his recent beef, his new album and more. However, when all the talk was over, he addressed the ghostwriting issue by kicking a rugged off the top freestyle, where he made reference to several topics that had been discussed in the interview, to make it clear it was not pre-written. He also took more shots at Meek Mill and decisively put to rest any questions about his ability to rhyme.

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To make matters even more interesting, the freestyle is actually a battle between Game and his alleged Ghostwriter, Marcus Black. Starting at around 26:40, both men rhyme over the instrumental to Dr. Dre’s “What’s The Difference,” with Black stepping to the mic first and Game firmly establishing who is the mentor and who is the mentee, in the end.