Funkmaster Flex


 

Everybody's a critic. The funny thing is, opinions are just like a**holes...everyone's got one. Well as some of you may recall, this year's XXL 2014 Freshman Class, caught quite a bit of flack with regards to their line up of talent. Everyone seemed to have an opinion about the talent on the roster, but West coast rapper The Game took to a new level when he dissed the entire crew in track, 'Bigger Than Me'.

The Game raps, "Old lost ass niggas," Game raps on the track. "Voice crack when you talk ass niggas / Rollin' blunts for the boss ass niggas / I came in with 'Ye, Jeezy and boss ass niggas / Your Freshman cover a whole bunch of soft ass niggas / Tampon lyricists, evacuate the premises / Mute BET Cyphers, 'cause I don't wanna hear that shit." 

Well 2014 classmate and Brooklyn's own Troy Ave had some choice things to say about the Cali rapper. In recent interview Troy addresses Game's remarks, admitting that he never actually heard the track, but mentions everything he know's about the track is "hearsay". When referencing Game's statements the Crown Heights rapper referred to the "loose talk" as "shenanigans". Troy's thoughts on the track, "It was really hearsay but it was something to the effect of the class is soft and they’re not Weezy. He came in with Young Jeezy and stuff like that. It sounds like shenanigans to me. I haven’t really heard it so I cant speak on it fully until I hear the record and see what he talking ’bout. It ain't affecting nothing that I’m doing over here for this New York City and this East Coast environment that I got on fire".

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Do you think The Game was throwing salt, or was he justified in his statement about the 2014 XXL Freshman Class?

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