Word on the street is, rapper Game just got a cease and desist, with threats of a lawsuit, from The RZA of The Wu Tang Clan over a song. Sources say the conflict came after Rza produced a song, "Heartbreaker" for Game's R.E.D. Album, but when they un-able to clear the track, it was apparently used for the recently released "Purp & Patron" double mixtape. Game said in a recent interview, "I think RZA [is] tryin' to sue about Heartbreaker or somethin',

that's f**kin' crazy. Like, I don't even know how RZA sues The Game. He came to the studio and brought the track to me. He's like, 'Yo Game, this is for you. You can have that.' Those are his words." Game goes on to say that RZA came

to the studio with Rev. Burke, and was invited to rhyme on the record. Game says he got confused about the cease and desist declaration after they started producing the track. "So I threw it out [on a mixtape]. The next thing I know RZA is suing The Game. That sh*t's crazy. I didn't even knowWu-Tang sued ni**as." Game also said, “There’s no beef”, and that he maintains his respect and relationships within the Wu-Tang ranks. "I still got nothin' but respect for RZA and the whole Wu, and all of that. I'm good. I'm good friends with Ghostface [Killah] and [Raekwon] and Method [Man]. Those are my dudes. I would never speak down on RZA or any of those dudes for that matter - not that any of those dudes [have anything] to do with this conversation," Game continued. "But with the Wu, you gotta speak to a pack. It's all love."

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