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The game is set on fire by Rick Ross after losing two huge lawsuits

The game is set on fire by Rick Ross after losing two huge lawsuits

Rick Ross is a professional troll. Of all the rappers involved in the Drake battle, Rozay seemed to be having the most fun. The Game tried to capitalize on Ross’s propensity for beef by dropping a diss track, but the MMG boncho laughed it off. He refused to approach The Game on the record, effectively ending the beef before it even started. Or so we thought. The Game found himself in serious legal trouble on July 10, and Ross couldn’t resist throwing some serious punches at his opponent.

The Game was accused of sexual assault by Priscilla Rainey in 2016. However, the rapper refused to appear in court, resulting in him losing the case. Rainey then filed a second lawsuit against Game, alleging that he used shell companies to avoid payments. She won that one as well. The losses are so significant that Rainey plans to seize The Game’s home as part of the judgment she is owed. AllHipHop broke the news, and Rick Ross posted the article to his Instagram Story. He then posted a screenshot of himself posting the article in The Game’s DMs.

Rick Ross posted screenshots of his DMs with the game

Needless to say, The Game didn’t appreciate the roasting. He responded to Ross by taking aim at the rapper’s weight. “Even if I lose my house, which I ain’t,” The Game wrote. “You still gonna be a fat b*tch n**ga! That Ozempic gon’ kill you before the twinkies do h*ea*sn**ga.” In typical Rick Ross style, he laughed off the response. He posted the interaction to his IG stories with the caption, “Since we @ n**gas here ya go b*tch!”

This is the first time that Rick Ross has been the aggressor in The Game’s situation. The MMG stalwart wasn’t surprised when The Game released “Freeway’s Revenge,” or when The Game posted an AI photo of Ross in a CO uniform. Unfortunately, the interaction has continued to be a rocky one for the Compton rapper. His relationship with Kendrick Lamar has been called into question amid the Drake feud, and his absence from the “Pop Out” show led to him taking to IG Live to defend his stance. He claimed that things were going well between him and Lamar, but fans remain skeptical.

About the author

Elias is a music writer at HotNewHipHop. He joined the site in 2024 and covers a wide range of topics, including pop culture, movies, sports, and of course, hip-hop. You can find him posting work for HNHH Monday through Friday, primarily covering new albums and singles. His favorite artists include Andre 3000, MF Doom, pre-808s Kanye West, and Tyler, The Creator. He likes LA hip-hop, but not LA sports teams. The first album he ever bought was Big Willie Style by Will Smith, which he claims is still good to listen to.