Young Thug says he would battle The Game on a joint record.

During an appearance on Sway In The Morning, Young Thug spoke on his feuds with fellow artists, Plies and The Game. The Atlanta, Georgia rapper revealed that he’s likely to “slap the shit out” of Plies the next time he sees him due to an Instagram post he uploaded months ago, which featured Thugger’s daughter.

In regards to his feud with The Game, Young Thug says he’s willing to put any beef with the Los Angeles lyricist on wax.

“I don’t understand how you can call a little girl the b-word too many times,” Young Thug said. “I might slap the shit out that man when I see him…Niggas gotta understand. Even Game, I don’t know what I’m gonna do when I see him. You gotta understand, you can’t look at no pictures and look at the media and the critics and what they saying on no internet…I’ll battle with Game. I won’t battle with Plies. I’ll make a million songs with Game because we never really had a real problem. Me and Wayne had something going on. We never had nothing going on, but he thought we had something going on. So, he felt like that was his friend. So, he just wanted to be like a L.A. nigga.”

Prior to speaking on his issues with The Game and Plies, Young Thug spoke on how his rap style came about. He says he was inspired to rap when his brother, who also rapped, was locked up.

The rapper then explained that there weren’t any artists who influenced his style. Thug did name Lil Wayne as the one artist he did take note of and listen to.

“Probably 2007, 08,” he said after being asked when he started rapping. “My brother got locked up. And I always rapped, but when he got locked up that’s when I was like ‘Alright, I wanna rap.’ Because he was a rapper. So, when he got locked up it made me wanna rap…Then and now, I don’t really listen to nobody music, but mine. Cause I make a lot of music. And if I like being in the clubs or something, that’s when I listen to other people’s music. But I really didn’t pay attention to nobody. I paid attention a lot to Wayne. But we still two different people…That was the only person I ever paid attention to and listened to.”

Video of Young Thug speaking on battling The Game, and slapping Plies, can be found below.

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