Lupe Fiasco Has a Special Message for the Game Following ‘Weird’ Diss
The Game is having a rough week ahead of the release of his The Documentary 2 project. First, songs from his LP leaked, then New York police want to arrest him for making threats to a radio personality and now Lupe Fiasco is responding to his diss.
On the California native's song “Dollar & a Dream,” which appears on The Documentary 2, he deems Lupe a weirdo rapper. “I put it on a head, I ain’t talkin' no toupee / I stayed the same, ain’t go weird like Lupe,” he raps.
In response, Lupe headed to Twitter to post Radiohead's 1992 hit "Creep." The song boasts the familiar line, “But I’m a creep, I’m a weirdo, what the hell am I doing here? I don’t belong here.”
It's a comical response to Game's lyrics, which he probably found amusing at the very least. And honestly, the Chicago rapper has probably heard that critique about him before so it doesn't seem to phase him. Thankfully, it appears that both men don't have any real tension with each other.
The Game's The Documentary 2 album will hit stores on Oct. 9.
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