October 31st, 2012 by faye
West Coast rapper The Game has just issued a public threat to G-Unit affiliate 40 Glocc following an assault and battery lawsuit that Glocc filed against him.
According to reports, The Game will be suiting up and heading to court to settle the matter at hand. The rapper also took to his Twitter account to respond to the lawsuit filed by 40 Glocc. The Game wrote, “@40glocc I’m gone beat yo ass again & again you p*ssy !!!”
Game, who never denied the assault and battery accusations of 40 Glocc, added: “Called police & a lawyer cuz I beat yo azz. SuperCrip got his cape snatched !!!”
Over the weekend, The Game still posted more tweets referring to 40 Glocc:
“Police came to my crib & tried to serve me papers for @40glocc sueing me….. Sorry, I’m playing XBOX.. Try again later. #ThisN*ggaAH*eCake,” the rapper tweeted Saturday.
“@40glocc SUPER-THUG turned INFORMANT !!!!!!”
”@40glocc & his girlfriend at the senior prom…. Always had b*tch in you.. It was only a matter of time befo http://instagr.am/p/RTBDLhmore/”
A rep for Game said that the rapper feels the lawsuit is “bulls**t” and he plans to fight the case in court.
As previous reports have stated, G-Unit rapper 40 Glocc filed a lawsuit against The Game earlier this month, claiming Game pulled a gun on him outside a house party … and beat him up. Game later posted the footage of the attack on YouTube.
Born in Los Angeles, California, The Game released his first mixtape You Know What It Is Vol. 1 in 2002, and landed a record deal with the independent label Get Low Recordz owned by JT the Bigga Figga. Game’s mixtape reached the hands of Sean Combs, founder of Bad Boy Records, who originally was on the verge of signing him to his label. Five months later, he was discovered by Dr. Dre who listened to the mixtape and signed him to his Aftermath Entertainment label in 2003. He rose to fame in 2005 with the success of his debut album “The Documentary” (2005) and “Doctor’s Advocate” (2006). The Recording Industry Association of America certified his album “The Documentary” double platinum in March 2005 and it has sold over five million copies worldwide.
July 31st, 2012 by faye
Rapper The Game suffered from two broken bones after playing a basketball game in Los Angeles this weekend.
According to reports, the 32-year-old rapper was playing with his famous Drew League team Money Gang on Sunday when he fell trying to make a slam dunk. While The Game was on the ground, another basketball player accidentally stepped on his right hand, resulting to two broken bones –one in his thumb and another in his wrist.
Uploading a photo of his bandaged hand on his Twitter account, The Game wrote, “Broke my f**kin thumb !!! I can’t win for s**t.”
Reports said that it is possible the one who accidentally broke the rappers bones was a celebrity, because Game’s team featured a number of NBA stars including Metta World Peace, Paul George, John Wall and DeMar DeRozan.
Sources close to The Game claim that the rapper is expecting to be sidelined for a month.
The month of July has been said to be a tough one for the rapper. Game was due to marry his longtime girlfriend Tiffney Cambridge on Sunday, but then they called of the wedding on July 19. Fortunately, the couple has since reconciled and are now planning to finally tie the knot in August.
July 27th, 2012 by faye
The wedding of rapper The Game and his fiancée, Tiffney Cambridge, is back on after the couple worked out their issue and decided to reconcile.
According to reports, The Game and Tiffney Cambridge made a decision to follow through their desire for more commitment by tying the knot sometime in August. However, there is no word yet on whether everyone who made plans to travel from out of town for the first wedding date will still be able to attend the second one.
Previous reports have stated that the rapper and his fiancée were supposed to walk down the aisle this past weekend, but after they got into a fight, the wedding was called off. The Game took to his Twitter account to apologize to all of his friends and family members the inconvenience made by the cancellation of the wedding. The 32-year-old rapper also took full responsibility for what had happened. In his tweet, Game wrote:
”The rumors are TRUE. The wedding is OFF. It’s not her fault, it’s mine ! She’s a GREAT woman, I just wasn’t man enough 2 see it through.”
The original wedding of the couple was scheduled to be recorded as part of a reality show deal, and that arrangement too is reportedly back on
Rapper The Game — whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor — rose to fame in 2005 due to the success of his debut album “The Documentary.” The Recording Industry Association of America certified his album as a two-time platinum in March 2005, and it has sold over five million copies worldwide. Born in Los Angeles, California, Jayceon Taylor was discovered by Dr. Dre, who signed him to his Aftermath Entertainment label in 2003. The rapper was originally placed into G-Unit by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. In early 2005, Game had an argument with G-Unit. Due to his disputes with co-rapper 50 Cent, Game left Aftermath Entertainment and signed with Geffen Records.
July 20th, 2012 by faye
The wedding of rapper The Game has been officially called off, and the singer claims that he is at fault.
According to reports, 32-year-old The Game proposed to his longtime girlfriend,Tiffney Cambridge, in October and they had struck a deal to appear in a wedding reality show, which would follow the couple around right up until their “I dos” at a July 28 ceremony.
However, on Thursday, the couple announced that their wedding had been called off. The Game took to his Twitter account to explain about his broken engagement with Tiffney Cambridge, insisting that he is the one to blame. In a series of tweets, the rapper suggested that he had failed to appreciate his fiance, the mother of his two children, until it was too late.
The Game wrote, “The rumors are TRUE. The wedding is OFF. It’s not her [Tiffney Cambridge] fault, it’s mine! She’s a GREAT woman, I just wasn’t man enough 2 see it through.”
The Dreams hitmaker has since made an apology to his family and friends, writing “Not everyone has a happy ending.”
The Game — whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor — also gave a piece of relationship advice to his fellow males, writing, “Important message to all men: If you’re lucky to have 1/2 of the woman I had … Appreciate her & do everything necessary to keep her happy! I am truly sorry & apologetic to my family, friends & EVERYONE that this has affected & inconvenienced. Not everyone has a happy ending.”
The separation of Game and Tiffney Cambridge comes less than a week after the rapper revealed that he had signed a deal with executives at 51 Minds Entertainment to document their wedding and its journey to the altar for a new reality TV show. Game has yet to comment on the status of the program in light of their break up.
July 13th, 2012 by faye
Rapper The Game said that he is planning to release a new footage showing 40 Glocc getting beaten up by a member of Game’s crew during a violent encounter in Hollywood Hills.
According to reports, 32-year-old The Game called in to Cosmic Kev of Power 99, claiming that one of his friends attacked rapper 40 Glocc right after he punched him during their initial encounter last weekend. The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, said that the second wave of attack happened after he left, fearing the cops were on the way.
The Game also elaborated why he went after 40 Glocc, saying that he believes the rapper started a Twitter account posing as the oldest child of Game. 40 has allegedly used this account to trash the rapper.
Game admits that he was looking to pick a fight with 40 on the day of their encounter. He said the reason he stopped the violent assault was that he did not want to kill 40 Glocc or put him in a coma, “because then I’d get 25 to life,” added the rapper.
“What I wanted to do was beat his ass like I wanted to … without really putting him into a position where he was a vegetable or something,” Game said.
On the other hand, 40 Glocc claims that he was “jumped” by Game as well as the rapper’s crew, adding that he tried to run away only because some of the attackers had guns. However, 40 said that he doesn’t have any plans of pursuing any kind of legal action against The Game.
July 12th, 2012 by faye
Rapper The Game has reportedly beat up former G-unit member 40 Glocc, subsequently pulling a gun right before the fight — some of which was recorded in Game’s iPhone.
The mobile phone footage shows 32-year-old The Game, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, confronting 40 Glocc in the middle of a Hollywood street, while saying, “You wanna finish it? You wanna finish it right here?” The rapper then proceeds throwing a series of punches at 40 Glocc, some of which landed right in the other rapper’s face.
During the said footage, 40 Glocc tells the camera, “I just got jumped, n*gga,” to which The Game continues his barrage of punches, then called 40 a “punk ass n*gga.”
40 Glocc tries to flee the scene, then Game shouts, “There ain’t gonna be another one, n*gga.” The rapper points the camera at his shoes, which shows blood stains.
After the fight, 40 tweeted about the incident, saying Game “chased me down with a pistol … N*gga has to have a gun drawn on me.”
However, Glocc said he does not plan on pursuing a legal action against The Game. Sources close to Game claims that he is adamant he did not pull a gun during the fight, insisting that “it was a one-on-one” fight.”
Watch the video of Game and 40’s fight here.
June 19th, 2012 by edsel
No stranger to celebrity feuds, rapper The Game advised Chris Brown and Drake to end their beef as soon as possible.
TMZ came across the rapper exiting Roxbury nightclub in Hollywood last Friday. When asked about the bottle-throwing brawl, the 32-year-old ‘Pot of Gold’ singer expressed his belief that his fellow R&B stars should end their beef quickly.
“Chris Brown is like my little brother, man,” The Game said of Brown, with whom he collaborated on several tracks, “And Drake is a cool dude.” According to the senior rapper, Brown and Drake “just need to cut that out. It ain’t worth it,” Game assured TMZ.
The Game entered a famous feud with 50 Cent and Cent’s hip-hop gang G-Unit back in 2005. Years later, Game attempted to reconcile with Cent and G-Unit by issuing an apology through MTV. Cent and G-Unit, however, refused on the suspicion that Game was bipolar. The feud between the two rappers and their cliques endures today.
Despite -or perhaps because of- his friendships with Chris Brown and Drake, The Game expressed his disinclination to broker a peace treaty between them. “I’m gonna stay out of their beef,” he told TMZ, adding that that “It’s for the birds.”
May 17th, 2012 by edsel
In an exclusive scoop by TMZ, Ne-Yo insisted that he didn’t copy the title of his upcoming album from rapper The Game.
“No,” the R&B star told TMZ at Los Angeles International Airport, “I don’t feel like I ripped off The Game’s album.”
According to Ne-Yo, he independently came up with R.E.D. after careful selection of what he felt fitted the best, not because he was trying to piggyback on the success of the rapper’s earlier, similarly-named album.
R.E.D. by The Game debuted #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Ne-Yo isn’t too worried by the accusations. “Until The Game comes up to me and says he has a problem with it,” he adamantly stated, “I don’t care what people think.”
He added that he isn’t the first artist to unknowingly use the title of another artist’s work. “Jay-Z did ‘The Blueprint,’” he pointed out, “And so did KRS-One.”
For his part, The Game is just as cool with the idea. In a recent interview with XXLMag.com, the rapper said he didn’t begrudge the R&B artist using an identical album title.
“I’ve always known Ne-Yo to be a cool dude,” The Game said, “So I’m pretty sure he got his reasoning.”
Perhaps great minds do think alike. Ne-Yo said that R.E.D stood for “Realizing Every Dream,” while The Game derived his R.E.D. from “RE-Dedication.”
April 19th, 2012 by faye
Rapper The Game reportedly threw an expensive champagne bottle of Ace of Spades on the street – for no apparent reason.
According to reports, The Game – real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor – bought a champagne bottle worth $1,40. While he was on his way out of the Colony nightclub holding the Ace of Spades champagne bottle in his hand, The Game suddenly decided to pour all of its contents out for the crowd’s entertainment. Then he said, “You know what I call that? Feeding the roaches.”
As a member of G-Unit, rapper The Game rose to fame in 2005 with the success of his debut album, “The Documentary,” earning him two Grammy Award nominations. His debut album was followed by two more successful albums—the second album “Doctor’s Advocate” in 2006, and the third album “LAX” in 2008.