The Game Arrives On West Coast Rydaz To Tell All... September 18, 2006 by nando The time has come, you seen the teaser trailer running over the weekend letting you know he was gonna tell all and the wait is over. The Game has arrived on WestCoast Rydaz and he's kickin' the door down with an exclusive and controversial interview. We have the pleasure of bringing you a first; before the media rush begins and you see the 'Face of LA' on TV, magazines, and other websites promoting the album, we have the scoop on everything you've been wondering about the Doctors Advocate himself. Why does the BWS roster change so much? What happened at the club with Ras Kass? Why announce an end to the G-Unit beef only to get into it again? Will the good Doctor even be involved in this new album? What sparked the harsh words toward Bishop Lamont? Those are only a few of the questions answered in this interview. November 14th is the date, the new single is coming and this generation's highest selling west coast artist is coming back with his sights set on a repeat performance or higher.. ____________________________________ The Game Interview ____________________________________ WestCoastRydaz.com: A situation between you and Ras Kass went down Wednesday night. Talk about how this whole thing played out and this scuffle happened... The Game: It wasn't even no big thing, it wasn't no scuffle. I seen that dude in the club, and I never forgot about that shit he said about my son. So you know it was my homeboy birthday party so I didn't really wanna fuck the party up too early. I said I was gonna holla at him when the club was over When the lights came on, I went over, confronted the dude. It wasn't no 30 mothafuckas it was me and a couple of my homies, maybe 4 or 5 of us. Ain't nobody touch that dude first of all, cause he ain't built like that. He talkin about 30 dudes jumped him and his white tee didn't get scuffed and he had his chain. First of all a ni*** white tee didn't get scuffed cause he fell on his back! He probably couldn't see the dirt on his back. When I hit him he fell on his back. Second of all, yea he still had on his chain cause we didn't wanna take his little chain. All my niggas got on jewelery and this ni*** had on a little ass garbage ass chain. Nobody wants your chain man! I'm a millionaire. What I'mma do with Ras Kass chain, I'm not no chain snatcher. So anyway, I go over to the dude and ask him what was up with the diss. He said something like, That was then and he was just in the zone. That was that. I was like yo, you could diss me man but don't be putting my son in no rap. He was like, that's what it is but I'm out here. Like trying to talk big. Then I punched him one time. It was one punch. He didn't get jumped. If he would've got jumped he would've been in the hospital man! You know shit don't add up cause he said he got jumped by 30 people. If 30 people jump you dude you gonna be in the hospital! I hit that dude one time, he went out like mothafuckin' cold turkey man. And him on the internet lying, if I catch him again I'm gonna punch the shit out of him again. These niggas be running around talking all that shit and when you catch em they turn into church house mouses. Niggas gotta understand, shit is real out here. I'm not a rapper, I'm a gangster with lyrics. WestCoastRydaz.com: That track your talkin about thats the one where he said somethin about a westcoast rapper with east coast love? The Game: That's what I'm sayin. WestCoastRydaz.com: That was clearly something aimed at you. The Game: Yeah. And even though that was aimed at me he still wasn't owning up to the shit. When he put it out he was saying it wasn't aimed at me cause he was scared. But then I caught him in the club, he was cornered, he couldn't go nowhere. So he tried to move out of my sight. But I watched him the whole night and after I just confronted him, he said something slick and I punched his lights out. He went out and they drug him out the back of the club! He was out! I knocked that dude out! Unconcious, he wasn't even up man! I couldn't hit him again or do nothing. It wasn't even a scuffle or a fight because I hit him one time and the dude went out man. Period. Cold turkey. Out. Like out for the night. I don't know what they did to wake him back up, by the exit, where ever they took the dude. The party went on, we left and it was quiet. Wasn't nobody worried about Ras Kass man. First of all nobody know who that dude is. They probably think I pushed a civilian or somethin. He's a clown man. These niggas out here need learn how to respect niggas man. I do this beefing shit all day man. It's cool when niggas is beefing. You can say whatever. Niggas say whatever about me, call me a stripper, say I got a tongue ring, I'm a faggot, fake blood, I ain't no gangster, all this. All that's cool, but once you put my son in a record, man I'mma break your fuckin face over it man! WestCoastRydaz.com: It's 10 years since 2Pac's death. Do you ever fear you might be going down that same route with all the rap beef your involved in? The Game: Man it's whatever it is. I'm out here and living my life to the fullest. I'm a blood man. I'm from Cedar Block Piru. I been a blood and that's just what it is. I'm not no new stranger to bullets. I been shot a couple of times and all that shit. That ain't no thing man. These niggas out here perpetrating and acting hard when they not. Acting like they gangsters when they not. Them the niggas that need to be scared. I'm being who I am and who I always been. I ain't gonna never change. I'm me, I'm Game. I been Game for a long time. My name ain't no rap name, that's a name I had since I was a young kid and I grew up with that. I'm being me! I just learned how to rap in 2001. It's only been 5 years. I rose to the top of this shit on these niggas so alot of niggas out there hating. They don't wanna give me my respect for bringing the westcoast back. Niggas need to respect me. If they don't wanna give it, then I'm gonna take my respect. Last night was just an example. We out here and this is what we do. Black Wallstreet. Live for Everything, Die for Nothing. We ain't taking no shorts from nobody.