Stitches Says Game’s Mgr Sucker-Punched Him, Vows To Get Even


After getting into an altercation with Game in Miami earlier this month, local rapper Stitches took to social media to address the incident.

As previously reported, Stitches was floored by Game's manager when he tried to confront the rapper outside a Miami nightclub on Dec. 4. This week, via an IG post (via WorldStarHipHop), the rapper claims he was sucker-punched... but is still here.

"I got sucker-punched the other day. Ain't nobody hidin' their face and I got jumped by my own n*ggas yesterday. N*gga, all ya'll p*ssy," Stitches says in the clip.

In the caption, he vowed to get even, and even says Game paid the people around him to attack him.

"This sh*t don't make me or break me," he wrote. "It taught me to literally trust no one . F*ck the game and f*ck the niggas who jumped me yesterday . You know where I be at . Anybody can run up and get it. I will continue to sh*t on all of them cause at the end of the day I remember n*ggas begging me like little bitches to shout them out on Instagram. You did good cutting that check to n*ggas @losangelesconfidential . But I promise Ima catch you punk bitch . And f*ck anybody who can't repsect the fact I walked up to him myself and he couldn't do his own dirt".

  • Observable Universe


    "You know where I be at" - And they got you!!! lol

    "Anybody can run up and get it." - You got it twice!!! lmfaooooooo

    You out there looking like that dog, but the dog is cleaner.

    And stop winking at us, ni**a!

  • bkennedy007

    what a pussy

  • mrgroovesd got jumped my your own crew so that should tell you no one is fucking with your wack ass. You run up on someone, better be ready to throw or catch a fade in which you did and you called it a sucker punch...GTFOH!

  • Census

    just another crazy white boy out of his mind insane and really should be committed..nothing to see here..the United States is full of crazy inbred white boys like this in every state especially small towns and rural most cases they become police officers in their mid twenties-early thirties or school teachers in their mid thirties-early forties.