Los Angeles rapper, Indian Red Boy, was killed on Instagram Live.   The Game who has been known to represent the “bloods” gang released  a freestyle on social media where he speaks about problems some may encounter for “disrespecting” Nipsey Hussle.

“All white Air Force 1s/N***as coming through the hood with them air force guns/We got more Drakes than the Billboard/Disrespecting Nip, type of shit you n***as get killed for/We not gon’ stand for the disrespect/Get this .45 Bell pressed against your neck,” rapped The Game.

Indian Red Boy, a supposed member of the Bloods gang who was previously accused of dissing Nipsey Hussle in front of his mural, was murdered on Instagram Live mere hours before Game shared his bars, which he explains he wrote months earlier.

“Understand that I meant no disrespect to no Pirus, no bloods, no L.A. n***as, no gangbangers, period,” said Game, explaining the situation in a three-minute video. “Speaking on the Indian Red Boy situation, number one, R.I.P. to the homie. Love to his whole family, his close homies, the whole Inglewood family, and all the Pirus across the world, period. 

I been wrote those bars, those bars been in my phone since May or April. Yesterday, I decided to put the shit out on the Live, bad timing on my behalf. I feel n***as, n***as feel like I disrespected somebody but it’s really just bad timing. On me, I’ma get with the big homies, some of the lil homies and I’ma get with blood’s family and help bury blood and throw some chips his way for the funeral.”

Check out the message from the Los Angeles hip hop artist below.



The Game has seen controversy before surrounding the topic of Nipsey Hussle.

On Thursday (May 16), the Los Angeles native explained why he will scale back on posting tributes to the late rapper. Originally, The Game would share an image of Hussle every morning, but decided to upload a photo of himself, writing, “My 1st thought was to find another inspiring picture of Nip & post it because I know there are thousands, maybe millions of you who use it & the messages below it as daily motivation.”

However, the rapper says he realized how triggering his posts could be for Hussle’s family and partner Lauren London. He also admitted the tributes, which he dubbed #OneNipPostADayTiliFadeAway, was making it harder for himself to “accept the reality” of Hussle’s passing. Out of respect for everyone’s grieving process, The Game revealed he has come up with a new way to honor Hussle’s legacy.