Like the West Coast staple is known to do, The Game accompanied a picture of his recent foe with a lengthy caption riddled with insults that would hurt even the coldest of hearts.
"I had to post this picture of you 'Mega Mind' because you limited comments on your post," the caption began. The Game then went into a sex-laced rant in which he implies that the reporter is only popular because she slept her way to the top.
"You’re a racist sl*t who sucked & swallowed her way into her job & position only to misuse your platform & degrade the very culture you praised so much before your mediocre rise to media fame," the rapper said.
The Game's post is the latest blow thrown in the fight that began over Lahren's jokes about 21 Savage's immigration status. Although many condemned the rapper for sexualizing Lahren in his initial response, 21's own mother thanked The Game for defending her son against certain agents of the media. In fact, it was the conversation on The Real which led 21's mother to praise The Game that reignited the feud between Lahren and the rapper.
While appearing on the show with his daughter, The Game address the criticism around degrading Lahren's womanhood while supporting 21.
"God knows, my momma knows, my daughter knows how much I love women," The Game explained. "It's never a women thing. That post is about Tomi Lahren, about herself, and her actions... I would've done the same thing if it was a male or a bear..."
This, however, did not sit well with the Lahren who immediately took to Twitter to attack The Game by trying to resurface his beef with 50 Cent.
But The Game did not let her turn herself into a victim. Instead, he used brash methods to try to pull back the curtains in hopes that she doesn't misappropriate the missions of feminism and/or womanism.
"You are a closet racist & the exact opposite of the role model for young girls of any color so stop the 'I do this for the young girls who...' Bitch shut the fuck up !!! You had 9 plastic surgeries because you hated yourself," The Game wrote. "That’s what you think young girls should look up to & be motivated by ??? Because of this scary world we live where most celebrities walk on egg shells instead of voicing their opinions on foul sh*t, I caught ya cone head ass slippin & called you on your bullshit!"
Lahren responded on Twitter "Hey feminists, this okay with you?" as an attempt to rally women against The Game's vitriol.
She also posted the same side-by-side photo The Game tried to mock her with on Instagram to empower women.
Hey feminists, this okay with you? pic.twitter.com/Sdw6nGR4f9— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) March 20, 2019