The Game

The Game Weighs In on Usher, Blac Chyna, & Boosie Controversies

  /  08.08.2017

The Game takes on pop culture current events. After a night out at Los Angeles strip club Ace of Diamonds, The Game spoke with TMZ about a variety of topics involving Usher, Lil Boosie, and Blac Chyna.

First, Chuck Taylor opened up about his thoughts regarding Usher’s alleged herpes scandal, which is currently making headlines in the wake of multiple lawsuits. “Most of the people out here talking shit and all that shit, they probably got herpes too,” said The Game. “It is what it is. I ain’t saying Usher got this or he got that, but get off his nuts, literally.”

Afterwards, the Compton MC spoke on the controversy surrounding Boosie Badazz, who said he was “joking” when he promised to get a woman to give his 14-year-old son oral sex. The comments were criticized for referencing the sexual activities of a minor.

“You can’t tell nobody how to take care of they kids,” said Game. “Is he being a father? If he wasn’t there for his kids, then you’d have something to say about that but because he’s making a joke on his Instagram page about his son, what is everybody else worrying about Lil Boosie’s kid? He’s taking care of them. You can say whatever you want to your kids, about your kids, as long as you’re not abusing them or imposing harm on them, you should be good.”

Finally, Game discussed the rumors that Blac Chyna is launching a rap career. “People can do anything if they put their mind to it,” he said. “I’ll work with anybody, long as they got that bag.” When asked if the Kardashians should worry about a diss track, Game fired back: “The Kardashians shouldn’t be worried about nothing. They’re worth a billion as a family.”

Last night, Game was also bidding farewell to Instagram for 60 days. According to the rapper, he is logging off of the social network in order to refocus. “This will be my last post for 60 days,” he wrote on IG. “Going to lay off the gram for a hot minute to really focus on my fitness & transforming my body from what it is now to what I really want it to be. A small part of that has to do with toxic people, energy & atmosphere as well, just like some food, people too are bad for your health so you have to rid yourself of that element & start fresh.”


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