After years of tension and subliminal jabs, conflict-obsessed rapper The Game got his wish when Jay-Z finally dropped his name while performing the Blueprint 3 intro. Never one to shy away from beef, rap fans knew it was only a matter of time before the Compton rapper responded, and sure enough early Saturday afternoon Game dropped a full-fledged diss song against Hov called "I'm So Wavy."

It wasn't a TKO in any sense, but don't think Jayceon's going to throw in the towel anytime soon. Dude has racked up more beef in the five years he's been in the hip-hop game than, well, probably anyone. Don't believe us? We've compiled all 25 of Game's disputes into one comprehensive blog post, staggering evidence that the dude doesn't play nice with others. Take a look back below...

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THE GAME VS JAY-Z (2005 - Present)
Cause: Who really knows? The Game has been dissing and praising Jay-Z since his first album. "Dear Summer", particularly the DJ Clue version, was once viewed as Hov's most open diss towards Game. They also traded subliminal lines on Game's "It's Okay (One Blood)" and Jay's "The Prelude."

The Game "I'm So Wavy"

Jay-Z "Blueprint 3 Intro (Live)"

Effect: Game's dream came true when Jay finally mentioned him by name during a live performance of Blueprint 3's intro, prompting the "I'm So Wavy" diss.
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THE GAME VS VIDEO VIXENS (2006)
Cause: On his Kanye West assisted single, "Wouldn't Get Far", the rapper called out Vida Guerra, Melyssa Ford, and Gloria Velez, insinuating that they only got famous by providing sexual favors. Game also claimed to have finger-banged Vida during a NYC radio interview.

The Game feat. Kanye West "Wouldn't Get Far"

Vida Guerra responds. [WATCH IT]

Effect: Vida responded in a radio interview and disputed any sexual contact with The Game.
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THE GAME VS 50 CENT (2005 - 2009)
Cause: Shortly after the release of The Documentary, 50 took a strong disliking to Game's desire to work with some of G-Unit's enemies. "300 Bars" was amongst Game's first disses (of many) towards the Unit.

The Game "300 Bars And Runnin'" [LINK]

50 Cent "Not Rich, Still Lyin'"

Effect: Dozens of diss songs, two failed peace treaties, several online videos, and one wounded entourage member later, The Game apologized to 50 Cent "as a man," acknowledging that he "did a lot of dumb things."
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THE GAME VS RAS KASS (2006)
Cause: Ras Kass confronted The Game in an L.A. nightclub about lyrics he felt were directed towards his son. The situation got heated and led to Game supposedly hitting Ras over the head with a bottle, although that has been disputed.

Ras Kass calls out The Game. [WATCH IT]

The Game responds. [WATCH IT]

Effect: Of course, that incident led to a diss from Ras Kass, but Game never responded, claiming that it would be a waste of time because his opponent's career was already over. The beef was never formally squashed despite Snoop Dogg's repeated attempts to mediate the feud.
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THE GAME VS BOW WOW (2008)
Cause: Bow Wow proceeded to challenge his friend and known gamer, The Game. Okay, this is more of a digital beef than a real beef, but what's the difference these days anyway?

Bow Wow challenges The Game. [WATCH IT]

The Game accepts the challenge. [WATCH IT]

Effect: The Game beat Bow Wow in the Madden Showdown. Badly.


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THE GAME VS G-UNIT (2005 - 2009)
Cause: You start beefing with 50 Cent, naturally, you start beefing with G-Unit. Side beefs with Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Spider Loc, and even Olivia all ensued.

The Game "The Funeral (100 Bars)"

Spider Loc "Toe Tagz" [LINK]

Effect: Game also apologized to the G-Unit members in his 50 Cent apology, but we're guessing it's too late for any reconciliation.
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THE GAME VS JOE BUDDEN (2005 - 2008)
Cause: It's well known that 50 Cent doesn't like his associates to collaborate with his enemies. When Budden tossed a jab at G-Unit and and DJ Clue tacked a Game verse on the same song, the Compton rapper dissed Joey as a sign of loyalty to his former boss.

The Game "Buddens"

Joe Budden "Game Over"

Effect: After going back and forth for a few years, the guys squashed their beef when The Game invited Joe to perform at an LAX release party last summer.
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THE GAME VS YUKMOUTH (2004 - 2007)
Cause: The Luniz rapper already had beef with 50 Cent and G-Unit prior to Game's rise, but when the two met at a Jadakiss release party during Game's early days with the crew, everything was cool. Then Game dissed the Yukmouth a few months later, seemingly out of nowhere.

The Game "I Got A Million On It"

Yukmouth "Game Ova"

Effect: A few disses and one classic video later, both emcees supposedly got on the phone and deaded the conflict.
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THE GAME VS GUERILLA BLACK (2004)
Cause: Right around the time Guerilla Black was beginning to get some attention, The Game made it a point to denounce him immediately. He claimed GB wasn't from Compton and that his "fake Biggie" persona wouldn't fly.

The Game calls out Guerilla Black. [WATCH IT]

Guerilla Black "400 Shots" [LINK: Part 1 | 2 | 3]

Effect: Guerilla Black responded with the diss track "400 Shotz (The Funeral)" but the beef fizzled soon thereafter, along with his career.
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THE GAME VS MOBB DEEP (2005)
Cause: Naturally, The Game's brewing problems with G-Unit led to problems with the freshly signed duo. Tensions reached a head when Mobb Deep and 50 wore "GAME OVER" t-shirts in the "Outta Control (Remix)" video. They also went at Game on the posse cut "300 Shots."

The Game "Face Of L.A."

G-Unit "300 Shots"

Effect: The feud never sparked much of a response from Game aside from "Mobb Sleep" jabs on random freestyles. Snoozer.

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THE GAME VS BISHOP LAMONT (2008 - 2009)
Cause: Bishop viewed Game's diss towards Guerilla Black as disrespectful, but held his tongue on the situation when Dr. Dre asked him to.

The Game "Red Rockin'"

Bishop Lamont "Missile Testing (Death To Infidels)"

Effect: The silence didn't last for long. Bishop eventually went at Game subliminally in "Missile Testing (Death To Infidels)" and in an interview, referring to him as "Baby Girl" and "Star Face." Game responded with a couple of diss songs of his own before they squashed the beef. It's rumored that Bishop was dropped from Aftermath.

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THE GAME VS MEMPHIS BLEEK (2004 - 2005)
Cause: The Game was affiliated with Get Low Recordz even before signing with Aftermath and owner, JT The Bigga Figga, took it as a sign of disrespect when Memphis Bleek started his own Get Low Records. Game subsequently dissed him on "Bleek Is" and "200 Bars & Running" in 2004.

The Game "Bleek Is" [LINK]

Memphis Bleek "So Seductive Freestyle"

Effect: Memphis Bleek responded over the "So Seductive" beat. The beef was eventually squashed when The Game had a sit-down with Roc-A-Fella's Ty-Ty in Miami.
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THE GAME VS DAVID BECKHAM (2007)
Cause: Beckham leaves Europe for the L.A. Galaxy soccer team.

The Game says he'll "kick David Beckham's ass on any given day." [LINK]

Effect: The Game catches feelings about an even bigger star invading his territory. Beckham opens fire on Game in an L.A. nightclub. Just kidding about that last part, that would never happen.
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THE GAME VS XZIBIT (2005 - 2006)
Cause: After The Game released The Documentary to immediate success, Xzibit called the rapper overrated.

The Game feat. Snoop Dogg and Xzibit "California Vacation"

Effect: Game responded shortly after in an interview where he said Xzibit, "along with a string of other rap artists, are pretty much bullshit." The beef was squashed a year later when X-to-the-Z randomly showed up at a studio where The Game was recording. The pair wound up collaborating on the Doctor's Advocate song "California Vacation."
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THE GAME VS BENZINO (2006)
Cause: This beef is basically a case of The Game taking his labelmate's side in a battle. He proclaimed his hatred of The Source in "Don't Need Your Love" and "300 Bars And Runnin'" and also released the odd track, "Harsh", which directly disses Benzino.

The Game "Harsh"

Benzino "Killer" [LINK]

Effect: In between recording his 11,249th Eminem diss, Benzino found the time to diss The Game and 50 Cent on "Killer." Oh, and no one cared.


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THE GAME VS YOUNG GUNZ (2005)
Cause: Game sent shots at the Young Gunz on the same freestyle where he dissed Bleek again ("300 Bars"), fueling speculation that the rapper was trying bait Jay-Z by dissing his artists.

The Game feat. Katt Williams "Palm Pilot"

Young Gunz "Freestyle" [LINK]

Effect: Young Gunz responded in a freestyle, only to have The Game drop his "Palm Pilot" diss, featuring Katt Williams, who also felt dissed by the YGz's "fake ass pimps like Money Mike" line in "Set It Off."
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THE GAME VS LIL SCRAPPY (2007)
Cause: During Atlanta's annual 107.9 Birthday Bash concert in 2007, The Game got Lil' Scrappy heated when went into a "G-Unot" tirade onstage. Scrappy had just inked a joint venture with G-Unit and felt disrespected by the performance in his hometown.

Effect: Sources say the two got into a shouting match backstage, but no disses were recorded and things never really progressed after that.
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THE GAME VS SUGE KNIGHT (2005)
Cause: When Yukmouth claimed on a track that Suge had assaulted Game, the tension became real. When the two crossed paths at a Steve Stoute party in L.A., one of Suge's cronies allegedly tried to snatch Game's chain.

The Game "My Bitch"

Effect: Both were uninvited from Ciara's party the next night and Game dissed Suge on the third verse of the Doctor's Advocate leftover, "My Bitch." The first two verses are for 50 Cent and Jay-Z. Game denied involvement in an unrelated incident afterwards where Suge was shot.
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THE GAME VS TRIPLE H (2006)
Cause: The wrestler sued the rapper over his name, which Triple H had been using as a nickname.

Effect: Game suggested they take the beef to Pay-Per-View and fight in Compton so he could "fuck him up."
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THE GAME VS LIL EAZY E (2005 - 2006)
Cause: Game and Eazy E's son used to be homies and even made music together. Eventually the relationship turned sour because Lil' Eazy E felt like Game was misusing his father's name.

The Game "120 Bars"

Lil' Eazy E "Coming From Compton"

Effect: Game sent some shots at Lil' Eazy E, amongst a slew of other artists, on "120 Bars" and E dropped a couple disses of his own. Game went on L.A. radio the next year to announce that the beef was squashed.


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THE GAME VS BIG FASE 100 (2005)
Cause: Game's half brother and manager attacked the rapper for his selfishness and fabricated gangster image. Game responded saying that he had been extorted out of over $1.5 million.

The brothers each release statements on their fallout. [LINK]

Big Fase 100's "Great Expectations (Letter To Game)" video. [WATCH IT]

Effect: Game and Fase appeared on Rap City to announce that they had squashed their beef, but the peace didn't last. Fase dropped that corny ass video just a few months ago.
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THE GAME VS GLASSES MALONE (2006)
Cause: When Game and Big Fase 100 had a falling out, the less famous brother began to promote Glasses Malone as his next big artist.

Effect: Game told fans "don't believe the hype" about Glasses Malone being signed to Black Wall Street Records. That's all.
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THE GAME VS EMINEM (2008)
Cause: The Game raps: "All the pictures of me and Em, I burned them / So it ain't no proof that I ever walked through 8 Mile / And since it ain't no Proof, I'll never walk through 8 Mile" on the original version of "My Life" from LAX.

The Game feat. Lil' Wayne "My Life (Original)" [LINK]

The Game feat. Lil' Wayne "My Life (Revised)"

Effect: The Game decided to diss Jesse Jackson instead and changed the lyrics to: "I ain't no preacher, but here's my Erick Sermon / So eat this black music and tell me how it taste now / And fuck Jesse Jackson 'cause it ain't about race now." Em didn't respond.
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THE GAME VS JA RULE (2005 - 2007)
Cause: Ja Rule's career was pretty much dead by the time Game start running with G-Unit, but he still got his jab in, claiming the "I don't do button up shirts or drive Maybachs" line on "Westside Story" was aimed at Ja, not Jay. Yeah, right.

The Game "Westside Story"

Rick Ross feat. The Game, Ja Rule, and Fat Joe "Mafia Music (Remix)"

Effect: No high profile diss records ever came of this feud and the two actually wound up collaborating on Ja's never-released 2007 album The Mirror and Rick Ross' "Mafia Music" remix earlier this year.
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THE GAME VS JIMMY IOVINE (2006 - 2009)
Cause: After disputing with 50 Cent for over a year, Iovine moved The Game from Aftermath to Geffen, a move that supposedly ended his contractual obligations to G-Unit, but also signaled the tension within Interscope.

The Game feat. Swizz Beatz "Scream On 'Em"

Effect: Game's most direct shot at Iovine was on the third verse of "Scream On 'Em" where he mentions riding in the "'07 Bugatti with Jimmy Iovine's secretary" along with threats to "run in the building." Earlier this month, the rapper apologized to Jimmy Iovine for his antics. So professional.
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BONUS: THE GAME VS GREENSBORO POLICE (2005)

Cause: The rapper was videotaping in the mall, wearing a Halloween mask, using profanity, and refusing to leave when asked by security while recording footage for his Stop Snitchin', Stop Lyin' DVD/mixtape.

Effect: While giving a fan an autograph, The Game was pepper sprayed and taken down by Greensboro Police. The incident resulted in an arrest and charges for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.