On the track, Count goes at The Game in particular, leaving Tyga unscathed. Count questions the Compton-bred rapper's reasoning for dissing Lil Durk, threatens his safety, and assures him that the Chicago gang culture is nothing he should take lightly. Similar to Tyga and The Game's diss track, Count uses Nicki Minaj's "ChiRaq" instrumental to spit his verse over.
On "ChiRaq to LA," Game name dropped several people in Chicago that he was connected with, and L.E.P. Bogus Boys happened to be amid those names. But during his verse on "ChiRaq to LA," Count refutes Game's statements, and warns him that things could get ugly if he doesn't watch his mouth. Peep the visual to "Fuck The Game Up" below.