The Game has taken his trolling to the next level by creeping on shared photos of Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade on Facebook.
Boxer Peter Quillin shared photos of Em’s daughter that showed pictures of Hailie Jade as a baby and now as a woman with the caption: “Eminem’s daughter Hailie, then and now.. p.s. she is 26.”
The Game decided to take this opportunity to comment on the photos writing, “Can she rap?” which drew almost 4,000 replies by Thursday morning (August 11).
One Eminem fan told The Game he should probably not make any comments on Hailie Jade, and referenced his feud with Machine Gun Kelly. “Maybe not but she’s more relevant than you and your career. Look at the last artist that talked about Ems daughter you’ll be next.”
The Game allegedly references Hailie Jade on a new song called “The Black Slim Shady,” from his upcoming album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind that is set to drop Friday (Aug. 12). “Got Hailie in black panties, legs open that ho fine/Em a pro at takin’ a knee, d— suckin’ his whole life,” he raps, according to Genius.
However, the Los Angeles rapper called out the site stating that the lyrics are fake.
“They ain’t my lyrics, I didn’t write that garbage s—,” the rapper explained. “Better know better than that. When Game come, that s— gon’ be official. It ain’t gon’ be no lyrics to Rap Genius out there. Do your due diligence before y’all get to throwing s— up. Fake news and s—, fake lyrics. It ain’t my lyrics.”
Eminem has yet to publicly respond to The Game’s alleged lyrics or comment on the Facebook post.