By Erika Ramirez
RZA reached out to RapFix affiliate and Wake Up Show host King Tech to kill the rumors behind the cease-and-desist orders that were allegedly filed over the track “Heartbreaker” off Game’s Purp & Patron: The Hangover mixtape. “Heartbreaker” is produced by RZA and features newcomer Lil Chuuuch.
“KING TECH … I COULD NEVER TAKE GAME TO COURT… I LOVE THAT DUDE…HE IS MY FAVORITE FROM THE NEW GENERATION OF WEST COAST M.CEES… ALSO LIL CHUUUCH IS THE LAST YOUNG MAN I TOOK ON AS A STUDENT AND HE WAS ORDAINED BY MY FIRST STUDENT ASON UNIQUE…SO ITS A GOOD LOOK THAT HIM AND GAME BLESSED THE SAME TRACK… ITS JUST WE DIDNT AGREE TO RELEASE IT OR GO THRU THE PROPER CHANNELS…I’M IN ASIA AND NOT IN TUNE WITH THE CURRENT EVENTS… BUT I’M SURE ALL WILL END UP AMICABLE…LONG LIVE HIP HOP… WUTANG FOREVER…I WILL SEE YOU SOON MY BROTHER… PEACE RZA” RZA wrote.
Earlier this month (February 2nd), it was reported that RZA was to sue the West Coast rapper for including “Heartbreaker” on Purp & Patron instead on his upcoming R.E.D. album as they both had planned on.
“I think RZA [is] tryin’ to sue about [’Heartbreaker’] or somethin’,” Game told HipHopDX. “That’s f—-n’ crazy. Like, I don’t even know how RZA sues The Game.” From Game’s understanding, the song was personally delivered to him from the Abott with no restrictions. “He came to the studio and brought the [’Heartbreaker’] track to me. He’s like, ’Yo Game, this is for you. You can have that.’ Those are his words.” Game also maintains that RZA’s company on that day, Rev. Burke, was invited to rhyme on the record. “His boy spit crazy. I [rapped after] him.”
RZA’s effort to defuse any speculations and negativity is no surprise. RZA also sent a message over Twitter, stating that he has “nothing but love for Game.”
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