By Radio.com Staff
The Game continues taunting Stitches from the sidelines, but so far he hasn’t put his money where his mouth is. Whether reenacting the fight between Stitches and his manager, Wack 100, at concerts or posting and then deleting Instagram posts continuing the smack talk, The Game’s response has been increasingly confusing.
Last night (Dec. 15) The Game appeared to accept Stitches’ challenge of a one-on-one boxing match, but with some strange conditions attached.
In an Instagram post which has subsequently been deleted, The Game appeared to take Stitches up on his invitation to fight (via XXL Magazine). Rather than appear in a Celebrity Boxing Match, however, The Game reportedly stated he would fight the rapper for free, even going so far as to offer Stitches a plane ticket to L.A. Once there, Stitches would have to fight Nicky D, a fellow caucasian, and if he is not knocked out, then Game is happy to fight him mid street, assuming of course he signed a waiver that no charges will be pressed.
In part he writes:
“I’ll fly you 1st class to California & @NickyDsss will f— yo bum ass up #WhiteboyVSWhiteboy !!!! & if you don’t get yo ass knocked out…. I will fight yo p—- ass for FREE in the middle of the street after you sign a waver that you can’t sue me or press charges cause I’m tired of you pussy’s talkin tough on the internet then calling the cops & gettin lawyers after you get pounded out !!!!”
The Game claims that haters are emboldened by the fact that he is currently out on bail, facing an assault charge, which, you know, limits his ability to actually fight. “N—– know I’m out on bail & on trial facing 10 years so everybody tough knowing if I do anything I’m gettin locked the f— up n taken from my kids……..”
Stitches posted another video to Instagram in response continuing to goad The Game to fight him personally. “I know you clearly saw that I want to fight you, and you only,” he said in the video. Captioning the post, he wrote, “This is my last response to this joke. Step up pimpin. Let’s get it.”
It only gets stranger. Watch Stitches’ latest message on Radio.com. Warning: Explicit language.