It looks like the cop the Game socked at a basketball game in March wants more than just the rapper's cash. He wants the rhymer behind bars too.

An L.A. County judge issued a warrant for Game’s arrest on one count of making criminal threats, according to documents obtained by TMZ.

The “Ryda” rhymer reported told off-duty L.A. police officer Onyebuchi Awaji, “I'm going to kill you" in the midst of their altercation, which resulted in Game socking Awaji in the face. However, Game was not charged with the misdemeanor offense of battery. He denies threatening Awaji and claims the scuffle was prompted after the officer insinuated that he was carrying a gun.

In April, Awaji filed a suit against the Compton MC, citing that the blow to his face may have caused brain damage. This is the second battery lawsuit Game has faced in less than five years. In 2012, West Coast rapper 40 Glocc filed a $4.5 million suit against Game after he assaulted him for running his mouth to Lil Wayne and Plies.

Drama seems to be following Game as of late. A few weeks ago, he was swapping social media death threats with Young Thug. Thankfully, that beef was squashed on the account of Jo Jo Capone.

No word if Game has turned himself in yet.

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