The Game Explains his Jay-Z diss on “Uncle Otis”

Last Friday night saw Compton rapper The Game release a diss record entitled “Uncle Otis”. The hard-hitting track, which caused an almost instantaneous buzz online, saw the Los Angeles native going at Jay-Z, Kreayshawn, Big Sean, Amber Rose, Marc Anthony and 50 Cent. The rapper opened up about why he recorded the song and says that he just wanted to snap on the song. He doesn’t care who likes it or doesn’t.

“I never heard the original ‘Otis’ until I drove up to the studio [last night]. I heard everybody bigging it up,” The Game said in an interview. “On XM, I heard ‘Otis’ and was like, ‘This sh*t is pretty cool. I wanna rap on it for the mixtape.’ DJ Skee couldn’t find the instrumental ’cause it had only been out for a day. So we called Mars, who [remade] the beat, and I just snapped on it.”

“I contemplated, ‘Damn, I went at Jay I said I was off of that,'” Game adds. “F*ck it. I’m me. I’m Game. I do what I do. I just had fun, man. Anybody that want a problem, or wants to say somethin’ on a record, you know it’s gonna get a response, so watch yaself.”


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