Sad news in the marital world. Rapper Game and his fiancée, Tiffney Cambridge, have called off their July 28 wedding. “We regret to inform you that the wedding of Tiffney Cambridge & Jayceon Taylor has been cancelled,” read a statement on the couple's wedding website.
Rapper Game got unruly with partygoers at a club last month. The Compton MC spat on a group of female fans while he was chilling at a club in Australia's Gold Coast. The unfortunate incident was captured on video and posted online at Australia's 9News.
It's kind of odd to watch Game's macabre video for 'Martians Vs. Goblins,' considering that our minds are on the pleasantries of the holiday season. Having said that, the Compton rapper's clip is spooky and fun, plus it features the maniacal rapper Tyler, the Creator.
It's official! Game is no longer a single man. After a seven-year courtship, the Compton, Calif., rapper put a ring on it. Game surprised his longtime girlfriend, Tiffany Cambridge, at her workplace with a marriage proposal and luckily for us, it was all captured on video.
Rapper Game is ready to wave his red flag on a month-long North-American tour. The 31-year-old rhyme-spitter is bringing 'The R.E.D. Album' Tour to a venue near you in support of his recent No. 1 album of the same name.
It looks like Game and 50 Cent are rekindling their heated rivalry once again. After Fiddy released a song called 'Love Hate, Loves,' in which he takes lyrical jabs at Game and Lil Wayne, the Compton, Calif., rapper is ready to fire back with his own diss record.
Interscope Records has issued a statement denying reports that the label's offices were used as a drug-trafficking portal by Game's manager James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond of Czar Entertainment. The allegation stem from a letter containing evidence against Rosemond who was recently indicted on 18 felony charges for his role in the cocaine ring.
More drama and controversy is surrounding rapper Game who just enjoyed a No. 1 on the Billboard charts with 'The R.E.D. Album' and had a run in with a restaurant in L.A. that caused him to label it a "racist" establishment. Difference is this time, the scandal doesn't directly involve the rapper but his manager, James Rosemond of Czar Entertainment.
Multiple sources, like the NME, report that Rosemond underhandedly employed Game's label Interscope -- also home to Lady Gaga, Eminem, No Doubt and Nicole Scherzinger, among others -- as part of a drug trafficking ring in which he was involved.
Rapper Game's 'The R.E.D. Album' is not even a month old and he's already working on his fifth album. Mr. Chuck Taylor revealed the title of his new LP during a video chat session on Tuesday (Sept. 13).
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