The Game's Instagram @losangelesconfidential, retrieved 3-18-16
The Game’s Instagram @losangelesconfidential, retrieved 3-18-16

The Game’s comments during a past visit to The Breakfast Club has resulted in a $10 million defamation lawsuit against the radio show, according to TMZ.

Back in September, when discussing DJ Envy’s rivalry with former radio DJ, DJ Troi “Star” Torain , the rapper expressed his support for the Power 105 radio personality.

“Who was the dude on the radio out here?,” he began. “I told him, I was like, ‘I’ll break your jaw, dude.’ I’m still gonna break his jaw when I see him. I never seen him since then.”

Getting wind of these comments, DJ Star’s reaction consisted of a police report against The Game as well as a video in which he explained his view on the iHeartMedia organization as a whole and revealed actions taken by Envy at an earlier point of their ongoing feud.

“The issue here is Clear Channel or iHeartMedia and Revolt promoting threats on my life by way of their platform. I’m not saying I’m gonna do anything. I’m not making any threats, but I’m asking you, the viewers, the listeners, should I let it slide or should I respond? In the same fashion that DJ Envy responded to me once upon a time. He ran right to the police, I have the paperwork. He signed the paperwork, he and his wife.”

Star also provided details, explaining the origin of his feud with The Game:

“I passed on letting Game come on my show, and that’s what Game’s tight about. The fact the hater, Star, rejected him. I wasn’t so much that 50 and I were cool, but I just felt the Game was a f**kin ‘hothead.”

The Breakfast Club has yet to release any statements regarding this matter, but between their history of honest, open conversations and Donkey of the Days, we can expect to hear from them soon. Who knows? It may just be live!

Written by: Sweenie Saint-Vil


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