War Of Words Heats Up Between Rampage & Rapper The Game
By MATT BOONE
MMANEWS.COM Staff Writer
Fresh off of his epic trash-talking battle with Rashad Evans, UFC light heavyweight contender Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has found himself in the midst of more verbal warfare with a very different, albeit capable (in his own way) opponent - hip-hop musician The Game.
The drama between the professional cage fighter and rap superstar stems from their competition over the role of B.A. Baracus in the "A-Team" movie that was released in theaters back in June.
The Game claims Rampage started the war-of-words in a recent radio interview, while in the interview itself (which can be heard here
) Rampage claims The Game fired the first shot by trash-talking him in an interview following his loss to Rashad Evans at UFC 114
, also inspired by sour feelings for losing out on the B.A. Baracus film role.
As you can hear in the aforementioned interview clip, Rampage held nothing back in letting the rap star know his feelings about him in general, as well as his acting ability as it pertains to the A-Team project. He even brought up Game's old appearance on the dating television show "Change Of Heart" (you can watch that infamous clip here
Oh yeah, he went there alright. And the same way fellow rapper/actor 50 Cent touched a nerve with the "Change Of Heart" move, Rampage touched on something as well. This is proven by the latest shot fired in the Rampage vs. Game saga, as The Game runs down Jackson in a recent message on his official Twitter page