Stitches Releases The Game Diss Track

(Radio.com) The beef between rappers The Game and Stitches resulted in Stitches getting attacked and beaten up in Miami. However, if you thought Stitches getting beaten up was going to get him to cool it with this beef, you would be wrong. Stitches released a diss track aimed squarely at The Game Wednesday (Dec. 9).

Stitches uses the song to explain his version of events and continues to claim he was betrayed by people he thought were his friends. Stitches rhymes, "I walked up to The Game then I got sucker-punched / You was with 30 n-as and you could run either one / I walked up by myself and I ain't even bring a gun / You a stupid n-a if you think this beef is done." He goes on to threaten The Game's life, question his authenticity as a rapper, and even brings up rumors The Game once worked as a stripper.

Following the altercation in Miami, The Game and Stitches traded more shots on social media. It looks like neither one of these men are willing to be the first to extend an olive branch. Listen to Stitches' diss track here.

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