It ain’t easy being famous with an Instagram page. Case in point, the nasty commentary The Game recently received after one user hacked his assistant’s Instagram profile. After posting a PSA about the incident, the rapper was met with slander against his children from the hacker. But in true Game fashion, the rapper responded accordingly.
“Are you mad because your son is gay? And your kids ugly? Are you made because your baby momma 80 years old so you gotta f**k yo assistant? Are you mad because [you’re] going broke? HAA! I’m hacking you next b***h,” the user wrote.
Needless to say, The Game’s clapback hand was strong in his NSFW response:
Last month, Solange encountered a similar situation on Instagram when a user also called her son “ugly.” Keeping her response classy, the singer noted that she is reluctant to share photos of her son because of online criticism. Though not engaging in The Game’s style of clapback, she did warn the user that things “could have truly gone south” if she was “in the wrong mood.”
“When I open up a space for an innocent beautiful being like my boy to be criticized and judged, that I WILL most likely respond, and that he receives enough love and celebration at home that it’s just not worth it to go down this road,” she wrote.
And then there’s Nicki Minaj and Rihanna, who mercilessly give trolls a run for their money.