Reggae Star Junior Reid says it was good working with Rapper Game back in 2006, on his hit single “It’s O.K, One Blood”, however their relationship has been non-existent following a performance.
Junior Reid, who assisted The Game with one of the biggest songs of his musical career, says that he and the “Compton” rapper fallout over a tour that went bad.
While explaining how that unfolded, on the Breakfast Club, Junior Reid says the incident occurred after they were booked by a Jamaican promoter, to perform on four shows.
“Working with Game was a good vibe going in and sharing the love,” the reggae legend said. “But at the same time the strength that we gave Game I am disappointed in him because we didn’t get any love comparing to the type of love that we showed him.”
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Junior Reid says that he supported The Game throughout all the promotional events for the single and his album but when it came time for the rapper to return the favor he was a no show.
The reggae artiste says he was only able to perform on one of the shows because of the Rapper.
“A promoter came to Jamaica and set up a tour with myself and The Game, but after the first show the promoter said to me that Game says that he is not going to perform if I am performing,” he said.
He says since then The Game never tried reaching out to him to explain what happened.