The Game: I Wasn’t Impersonating A Cop

The Game appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday (June 13), insisting that while he was rushing to a meeting with Jay-Z when cops stopped his cab last November, he said he never pretended to be a police officer to get the driver to go faster. “I said, ‘I asked [the driver] to hurry because I was in a rush, but that’s it.’,” the rapper said. “I never told him I was a cop.” Read more.

The Game Arrested At Glendale Home

The Game posted bail early Saturday on suspicion of making criminal threats, police said. Jayceon Terrell Taylor, who was arrested at his Glendale home on Friday night (May 11), posted $50,000 bail around midnight and was released from the lockup at the Los Angeles Police Department’s 77th Street Station, said an officer at the station who declined to give his first name. An officer with LAPD Media Relations said the arrest stemmed for an alleged crime committed in February. The Game sticking his tongue out at the camera told ABC7, “I want to say that I’m not guilty, and I love California.”

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Vida Guerra Claims The Game Is Gay

Vida Guerra visited Tha Goodfellas Radio Show on 93.5 KDAY in Los Angeles, attempting to blast back at The Game, who had earlier called her a “music video ho.” Guerra remarked, “Wednesday is male strip night so I don’t hear from Game” and “Don’t know why you’re texting me ’cause women ain’t your preference.” Listen to the clip at TMZ.

On TV: The Game, Timbaland, Nas

Rap acts on television this week include The Game, who gets a First Look on ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday and performs on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Thursday; Gym Class Heroes, who visit ‘TRL’ on Tuesday; Nas, who visits ‘TRL ‘on Tuesday; Timbaland, who visits ‘TRL’ on Wednesday; and Three 6 Mafia, who visit ‘TRL’ on Friday.

The Game’s ‘Breathe Eazy’

A new track from The Game seems to be targeting his former collaborator Dr. Dre. On ‘Breathe Eazy’, the former G Unit member raps, “Ask Dre who the next ni**a – If he don’t say the westcoast Don – I’ma have to DMX ni**as – Bark on him, let the .38 spark on him – Let him take his last breath, then put the chalk on him.”

Melyssa Ford Not Happy With The Game’s Rap Diss

Melyssa Ford tells The New York Post she’s “confused and saddened” by The Game’s new song, ‘Never Get Far’, in which the rapper lyricizes: “And all these new video bitches tryin’ to be Melyssa Ford/But they don’t know Melyssa Ford drive a Honda Accord.” Ford told the tab, “I am really confused and saddened that he decided to include my name on a record that disparages the characters of women who have worked hard in the industry to make successful careers for themselves.” The full story at has since been removed.