Well that didn’t take very long. It seems that California rap vet The Game got inspired by Jay-Z and Kanye West’s new track “Otis” by releasing his own take on the Watch The Throne leak titled “Uncle Otis” and the Compton spitter had a few bars aimed at a few rappers like Kreayshawn, Odd Future and name checking Kanye West – but none were more blistering than the lines he aimed towards Brooklyn bomber Jay-Z.
Opening the verse going directly at Jigga, The Game spat, “n—-s be chasing they youth, but it’s gone/Yo ‘Ye this n—a ain’t even wanna put you on” – ouch, Jayceon. The Game kept it current and true to his usual name-dropping style mentioning Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, and even managing to work in Jennifer Lopez and her recent divorce from Marc Anthony. With the track dropping earlier this afternoon and making its way around the Web, fans on Twitter have chimed in with plenty to say about this random dis.
“Did I just see the game has a track called “uncle otis” dissing jay? Somebody gotta get game up outta here,” tweeted a displeased @HandingOutFades. Giving reluctant props, @BreezyOnTheBeat added, “Even though The Game is dumb for dissing all those people for no reason, the creativity behind “Uncle Otis” is genius!”
Fan BURNTmd added, “dam @thegame went IN on JAY z right here #TUFF” in favor of the track while @djcurt07 backed up with, “So The Game comes out with a joint called “Uncle Otis”! This joint is crazy too!”
User @coupedeluke added a humorous twist to the dis with a tweet reading, “..and now the game..fires up an air ball in the championship game..with .5 on the clock.. with his diss record..uncle otis..smh” – sharing a growing sentiment with fans on Twitter that thought the song was an ill-advised move.
Jay-Z, it’s your move now.
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