Big Fase 100 Responds To The Game’s ‘Hug The Block’ Shots

After receiving a lyrical fade from his younger brother The Game on Born 2 Rap track “Hug The Block,” Big Fase 100 has issued a response to the song on Instagram.

Big Fase used an image of biblical character Cain striking down his brother Abel to refer to the tumultuous relationship the siblings have endured over the years. “To use a nigga up and leave him stuck in the streets for 14 years is one thing,” Big Fase says in the caption. “But to hold all this invalid hate and disdain for a nigga is beyond my comprehension.”

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To use a nigga up and leave him stuck in the streets for 14 years is one thing.. But to hold all this invalid hate and disdain for a nigga is beyond my comprehension. I haven't heard the bullshit but enough of it has been translated for me to understand that the hater is in your mirror. In 2005, I left after months of feeling underappreciated and not needed… and got confirmation of that when the reposessions began instead of what I hoped would be a just a misunderstanding repaired by a brotherly talk to get things straight. My love for hip hop birthed yours and if my short lived push as an artist was to only spawn your career and make a way to success then that must have been the creators plan. Never once have I said.. "That should be me". I was very accepting of my role in the movement. But room to grow and being trusted to make a move or even have an opinion were things that I assumed were part of it. I walked away from what I helped to build with nothing. Before I could become a "NIKE" ( just do it nigga), I'll just go back to the turf and be the nigga I always been. I kept pushin and tried to make the best of it (Brazil Street Records/One Hunned Entertainment) and every path to the bag was in one way or another blocked by you. I spent too much time trying to make it make sense. It never will. Color me bad.. But u can't color me a hater nigga..

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In the song, The Game verbally attacks his brother rapping “I was LeBron, you were supposed to be my Rich Paul/Baby to Slim when a nigga got rich dawg/But your love turn to hate that’s what we split for/When the fuck you get soft/And start talkin’ behind my back like baby mamas when they pissed off.”

Big Fase gives his side of the story in the captions. “In 2005, I left after months of feeling underappreciated and not needed,” he explains. “And got confirmation of that when the repossessions began instead of what I hoped would be a just a misunderstanding repaired by a brotherly talk to get things straight.”

According to Big Fase, he knew his position when it came to his brother’s career and he made sure to reiterate there was no envy on his side. “Never once have I said ‘That should be me.’ I was very accepting of my role in the movement,” he says.

He continued, “I kept pushing and tried to make the best of it (Brazil Street Records/One Hunned Entertainment) and every path to the bag was in one way or another blocked by you.”

Big Fase isn’t the only person that has an issue with the Compton star as of late. Nipsey Hussle’s artist BH has had some words for The Game’s tributes to the late Crenshaw rapper on Instagram.

Born 2 Rap was released on November 29.

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