Game previously came to Kendrick Lamar’s defense after Shyne referred to his album good kid, m.A.A.d city as “trash.” Now, he’s sticking up for himself after his former G-Unit member Tony Yayo similarly slandered Jesus Piece.

Last night, Yayo took to Twitter to declare that “Jesus piece [is] trash rap.” Never one to hold his tongue, Chuck Taylor quickly responded to the message, re-tweeting it and adding, “You had to listen to have an opinion turtle face fuck ha ha ha….. Merry Xmas 50’s Hoe Hoe Hoe !”

On a separate note, 50 Cent hopped on Twitter to address a few fan questions, responding to a request that Yayo and Lloyd Banks be featured on Street King Immortal. “Nigga you need a banks or a yayo album?” wrote Fif.

Check the tweets below.

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