Game Calls Out New York, Says The Hip Hop Community Is Pussy

Game Calls Out New York, Says The Hip Hop Community Is Pussy

    After releasing "911 Is A Joke" [listen here], The Game hit the radio waves yesterday to talk about how people in L.A. would have reacted differently to the verdict, compared to that of New Yorkers. "Man if that happened in L.A., do you know you could see smoke form the
hills," he asked. "You look into the city, you'd see smoke and
everything would be on fire. I don't know why New York is so quiet and
I don't know if New York being quiet isn't the right thing to do."

    Game went on to say he wanted to get other rappers to join him on his "911" song and how he has been in talks with Reverend Al Sharpton. "The hip-hop community right now is like we straight up pussies, man,"
the rapper said. "I reached out to a couple of artists and told them
what I was gonna do and n*ggas ain't want no part of it." Game wouldn't name the artists that declined, only calling them, "some non-active n*ggas."

    Game talked about his controversial song saying "I'm pretty sure that people are gon' do whatever they can to keep this
song from circulating and keep it off my album," he said on Sirius
Satellite Radio
. "The government or whoever is
probably gon' have people on the Internet taking this song off the
Internet. It's gon' be black ninjas swingin thru trees at night at my
house."

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