Big Fase 100 Resumes Brotherly Beef With Game
Family spats usually take place around a dinner table or with siblings screaming across the house at one another, but what happens when you are both rappers? Diss tracks, of course.
As the story goes, Big Fase 100, brother of Los Angeles rapper Game, quit rapping when his little bro was about to strike it big in 2005. He had an expectation that his sibling would be a provider from that point on, but Game quickly severed ties. This has caused years of back-and-forth between the two and now Big Fase is boiling things up again in response to Game's most recent 'Brake Lights' mixtape.
Fase, through a series of recent videos, claims that the 'Brake Lights' title was stolen from a song he once did with Compton artist Big Chief. He took this as a deliberate taunt from Game and has been coming at him hard ever since. He said Game has left his family behind and in-need, while he lives the good life. For his part, Game claims that no one in the family visited him after getting shot in 2001.
In the midst of this brutal dirty laundry from both sides, Big Fase released a new track called 'No Help,' which touches on his gripes with his brother.
"Your word is in the wind," Fase raps. "It's hard to believe that we any kind of kin/ One of the world's first sins/ Is brother against brother/ And I chose to keep but you'd rather see me sleep/ You a shadow of a man/ And that man's right here."