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The internet is brainwashing people into liking bad music — at least that is apparently how The Game currently feels. The Compton rapper took to Twitter to share his theory with fans yesterday.

"The internet forces you to listen to wack ass music," he tweeted. The Game claims the internet's brainwashing is working so well, that people are convinced "the shit actually sound like" something.

So far, the rapper hasn't specified whose "wack ass music" he's referring to, nor what prompted his recent tweet.

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Luckily, Meek Mill might have found a solution to The Game's woes. While the jury is out about how Mill feels about brainwashing, he tweeted the other day that "wack music will perish" this year.

Check it below.

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