However, it appears that the Compton rapper also mentioned Budden’s fiancée Cyn Santana on the track and claims to have slept with her also, according to DJ Akademiks.
The Game’s name-dropping sex-scandal filled single hasn’t been released to the public yet, but Akademiks said he heard the whole song and felt it was done in poor taste on Game’s end. He put the rapper on blast by saying that he gave Budden a “heads-up” that his fiancée’s name would be on the song.
Due to the track being unreleased, its unclear as to what the “One Blood” rapper said about Santana, but Budden naturally wasn’t too happy about it.
“The more I sat and thought about this, the more I said to myself, ‘N—a, so what?’ What type of loser, face-ass n–a is you, n–a?” Budden said on his latest episode of The Joe Budden Podcast on Feb. 1.
He continued, “I don’t give two f**ks about what anyone did before I was involved with them. To me, that’s more loser s**t.”
The “Pump It” artist said he was confused as to why Game was just bringing up his bride-to-be’s name up now while seemingly calling him a clout chaser.
“If this were true, why am I hearing about it now? From you? I’m assuming it to be because she is with me, which makes you one of the weird n—as who gets f-king praise from f-cking behind guys,” Budden added before warning The Game to “watch your f-cking mouth.”
Game caught wind of Budden’s response on Monday, Feb. 4, and seemingly doubled down on his sexually explicit song lyrics while still boasting about his alleged sexual encounter with Santana.
“You can’t sue nobody for discovering the p-ssy before you #christophercolumbusheadassn*gga #indianswasthere1st ,” the Compton rapper wrote on his Instagram Story, tagging Budden.
He then claimed to have ended Budden’s career by “turning him into an on air personality n—a!” Game added, ” Enjoy retirement p*ssy (Quavo voice).”
Budden and The Game initially had beef in 2005 after Budden took a jab at 50 Cent’s G-Unit label, which Game was a part of at the time. However, the duo had quashed their beef in 2008 until now.