Clubhouse is still thriving with heated discussions about our favorite rappers, and recently a conversation with several notable figures made its way to the masses. At Clubhouse, Wack 100, Tekashi 6ix9ine, DJ Akademiks and several others were involved in a passionate discussion about Lil Durk’s lyrics. The conversation seemed to float on whether Durk would actually “slide” on anyone in real life, and Akademiks interrupted the debate to say it was a moot point because Durk is an entertainer after all.

The blogger added that the music industry is not the streets, bringing out a familiar voice through the overtalk. The Game had been pretty quiet until then, but Akademiks’ comments made him come forward.

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“I’m sitting here listening, and Akademiks, you made some twisted points. N*gga this sh*t – you say the Rap sh*t ain’t the streets sh*t. N*ggas been smoked – rappers, regular n*ggas, street n*ggas… Ever since Piggy and Pac died this wasn’t Rap and street sh*t Bro, you better get off this, come from behind the motherf* computer screen and catch a bullet or something really know this.”

Akademiks agreed to say that what The Game was referring to “not” [his] point.” Someone else asked Akademiks if he believed he was part of the problem because of his comments and messages about certain situations that could lead to violence. He replied that what he does is small compared to rappers’ lyrics about ” kill someone or they sell drugs.”

Wack 100 wondered why people get so mad at Akademiks when there are dozens of other blogs sharing the same information.

“Because that n*gga Akademiks, that motherf*cka is Uncle Ben. Him for the rice, n*gga that’s why,” Game said. “You go to shadow roomit’s not a face on shadow room, you don’t know why you do that… The n*gga Akademiks sh*t is Akademiks.” Others agreed, adding that Akademiks reportedly posts and “nicknames people” that take advantage of rappers interacting with each other. be at war.

Listen to the discussion below.