Shyne called into Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club radio show on Friday (November 16) to discuss various topics, including his music since his release from prison in 2009 and recent controversy.

The Brooklyn rapper immediately kicked off the interview by saying he’s never been inconsistent, despite recent comments from his peers, before addressing the backlash he’s received over his critique of Kendrick Lamar’s g.o.o.d kid, m.A.A.d city debut, specifically from The Game… calling him a “media whore.”

“Listen, Game ain’t not gangster rapper,” said Shyne. “He’s a dude with a butterfly on his face and a tongue ring, that’s what they said he had, or he used to be a stripper. These dude’s is fronting man. All that 40 Glocc, that’s a joke. I don’t know what part of the hood he from, but in Compton and South Central, dudes ain’t letting you walk away. I know they not letting you walk away in Brooklyn.”

He would go on to point out that Game has consistently shouted him out throughout his career, and now, changes ups… as he’s done since breaking out with The Documentary in 2005.

Game has since mocked Shyne for being banned from America, and has told him to watch his mouth.