40 took to Instagram, the battlefield of choice lately, to make his accusations. The photo shows The Game shaking hands with a police officer with quote bubbles showing an agreement for police protection for the MC.
THIS NIGGA @LosAngelesConfidential REALLY.. PUBLICALY WORKING WITH THE POLICE.. & STAY LYING CALLING NIGGAZ SNITCHES CUZ.. NOTICE HE ALWAYS SAYIN THE COPS CAME TOO HIS HOUSE, BUT HE NEVER GO TO JAIL OR ON NO BAILS, EXCEPT FOR BEATING UP HIS BABY MOMMA FOR SHIT??.. AND NEVER GOT NO CRIMINAL PAPER WORK.. TO SHOW AS 100% PROOF, THAT HE BE REALLY GETTING ALL THESE MADE UP LYING FAKE ASS CRIMINAL CHARGES HE SAY GET PRESSED ON HIM…?, SO THE POLICE MUST BE COMING OVER HIS HOUSE FOR COFFEE & DONUTS (SNITCHING)- ??- OK WELL FUCK IT, I DONT SEE SHIT WRONG WITH SUING THE POLICE.. ?..? ?? #MyNeckAndMyBack #MyBackAndMyNeck #CowardsWithPoliceBodyGuards
He also posted several clips from his interview with VladTV talking about his past woes with The Game, most notably the part where he admits that if he had to ability to get away with murder, he would.
This comes after The Game accused Meek Mill of snitching on him after someone stole jewelry from Sean Kingston at an L.A. club this summer. The “Beautiful Girls” singer and the MMG rapper have denied the accusations.
Meek Mill unleashed the “OOOUUU” remix dissing The Game and responding to The Game’s initial shots on “92 Bars,” a cut from his forthcoming 1992 album. Meek blasted his foe for coming at him to build hype for his LP.
40 Glocc and The Game’s rivalry goes way back to when they were affiliated with G-Unit. They got in a fight in 2012 that caused 40 Glocc to sue The Game for $4.5 million. In the case, the Documentary rapper accused 40 of snitching. He was eventually ordered to pay $3,000.
The infamous Game/40 Glocc fight from 2012.
The Game has tried to show solidarity with police officers when he and Snoop Dogg met with the LAPD this summer. Racial tensions are high after the deaths of multiple black men at the hands of police officers and shootings directed towards police officers. The rapper also supported a fundraiser started by his son to raise money for a police officer in Little Rock, Arkansas who helps his community.
Watch 40 Glocc’s 2015 interview with VladTV talking about The Game below.