The Game's struggle with his former business partner and older brother, Big Fase 100, has been documented over the years. Yet, tensions have once again come to a head with Fase's latest Instagram posts. 

Under an illustration titled "Game and Abel," Fase touched on the events that led to the end of their The Black Wall Street record label and estranged relationship.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

To use a nigga up and leave him stuck in the streets for 14 years is one thing.. But to hold all this invalid hate and disdain for a nigga is beyond my comprehension. I haven't heard the bullshit but enough of it has been translated for me to understand that the hater is in your mirror. In 2005, I left after months of feeling underappreciated and not needed... and got confirmation of that when the reposessions began instead of what I hoped would be a just a misunderstanding repaired by a brotherly talk to get things straight. My love for hip hop birthed yours and if my short lived push as an artist was to only spawn your career and make a way to success then that must have been the creators plan. Never once have I said.. "That should be me". I was very accepting of my role in the movement. But room to grow and being trusted to make a move or even have an opinion were things that I assumed were part of it. I walked away from what I helped to build with nothing. Before I could become a "NIKE" ( just do it nigga), I'll just go back to the turf and be the nigga I always been. I kept pushin and tried to make the best of it (Brazil Street Records/One Hunned Entertainment) and every path to the bag was in one way or another blocked by you. I spent too much time trying to make it make sense. It never will. Color me bad.. But u can't color me a hater nigga..

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"To use a nigga up and leave him stuck in the streets for 14 years is one thing.. But to hold all this invalid hate and disdain for a nigga is beyond my comprehension," Fase began. "In 2005, I left after months of feeling underappreciated and not needed... and got confirmation of that when the [repossessions] began instead of what I hoped would be a just a misunderstanding repaired by a brotherly talk to get things straight. My love for hip hop birthed yours and if my short lived push as an artist was to only spawn your career and make a way to success then that must have been the creators plan. Never once have I said.. 'That should be me'. I was very accepting of my role in the movement... Color me bad.. But u can't color me a hater nigga."

Fase's post is in response to lyrics thrown at him by his younger brother. On Born 2 Rap, Game has a record called "Hug the Block." In the song, Game claims that his brother is jealous of him as well as accuses Fase of hounding him for money at their father's funeral

"My daddy died, I paid for his whole funeral/I get it, I was supposed to/But after that, if you knew what I had to go through/You would understand why I wanted inside that hole too," Game raps. "You ain't even give me a hug or a pound yet/Asking for money, daddy ain't even in the ground yet/That ain't what bros do/How you spend your whole life with a stranger you call your brother that don't know you?" 

Game even went as far as to allude to violence against Fase. "Fuck it, we could both die, all this shit is for nothing," he continues. "I'd kill my own brother, I ain't bluffing/It's a temptation of mine and you look like David Ruffin." 

Fase directly addresses Game's bars in the following Instagram post.

"Can't hug my pops? As far as I'm concerned.. My dad died of a heart attack.. His rappin ass son broke his heart again and again over the last decade +...outted him in published music.. Fucked w him.. Stop fuckin w him soon after that.. Over and over again until he was gone," Fase wrote under an illustration of their father. "Paid for the funeral... No reception at all.. Too cheap.. Pops still has no head stone.. 2 years later... Nigga gave a fake speech.. Even claimed to speak to him before he passed.. All lies.. I sat back and watched in disgust as he spoke.. Because he paid for it.. I didn't get up there to say a word. Pops know."