“No…I don’t feel like I ripped off The Game’s album,” he said to TMZ.com.
“Until The Game comes up to me and says he has a problem with it, I don’t care what people think.
“Jay-Z did The Blueprint and so did KRS-One.”
The Game, whose R.E.D album was defined by the word rededication, doesn’t see anything cynical about Ne-Yo’s R.E.D album, which is an acronym for Realizing Every Dream.
“I don’t know what that’s about, but I’ve always known Ne-Yo to be a cool dude, so I’m pretty sure he got his reasoning,” The Game toldXXLMag.com last month.
“More power to the lil’ homie.”