The Game says he could out rap any rapper from Compton including Kendrick Lamar.
“Can’t nobody in Compton outrap Game, n***a. Can’t nobody in Compton outrap me,” said The Game. “Kendrick my n***a, Kendrick doing his sh*t. I love that n***a to death. I flew past Kendrick when that n***a was on foot, n***a, in a Range Rover and showed him how to do this sh*t. Don’t play. Don’t play with Game name. Compton, n***a. Hardest n***a in Compton, rapping, lyricist, me. Any n***a that say any different, I’ll body him and any n***a he f*ck with.”
Social media obviously had their viewpoints on these thoughts and took to Twitter to let the world know who they believed to be the superior rapper.
Shout out the Game, he’s a legend but he’s not seeing Kendrick on any level. He knows better.
— Chimere (@CoachChim) February 2, 2021
Game is a dope rapper no doubt. I don’t think he’s better than Kendrick but I’m not highly offended he claims to be better. But Kendrick has out shined him on all the joints they did together
— SmokinAces (@SmokinAces_85) February 2, 2021
the game said he a better rapper than kendrick lmaooo
say the line lil b !! pic.twitter.com/z8tQBfl5In
— 🍄 umon 🌞 (@solacetheomnist) February 2, 2021
I love The Game but Kendrick Lamar would run circles around him
— Otoniel (@_otomatic) February 1, 2021
I think Game feels underappreciated and is worried he is going to be forgotten. This was probably an attempt to remind people of his skills. His first two albums were extremely impactful on the culture. He ain't Kendrick but he deserves his flowers.
— BlackBoyButch (@ButchWoody) February 2, 2021
With On Me, Game pulled what I'd like to call an 'Eminem': following a monster verse feature with a near-comparative verse – only it's got even more bars.
Listen to Love Game. Creates the illusion Eminem's verse was better than Kendrick's. It wasn't.
— manny maurice (@riggerus) February 1, 2021