Game recently talked to his fans revealing the stuggle with dealing with fam as a rap star, taking to his twitter to explain his stuggles with being famous.
"We are all trapped in "The Circle Of Life". When u find ur purpose, how u kno its really ya purpose ? Spend ya life servin it, then what ?," he tweeted Thursday (October 14) night.
"That's why I live FREE. Speak ya mind, make ya presence felt or watch the next person speed past you in life….. that's how it is."
"So if you feel your life has purpose & you have a "DREAM" … F#ck waitin til tomorrow to begin your journey.. Get yo azz up & get it people"
"I say dis because a close friend witta bright future just made a mistake 2day dat will cost him da rest of his life!#25toLIFEishisfuturenow"
"Im a person, same as u. Are daily duties & obligations much the same. Being "FAMOUS" is over-rated. I'd give anything to be like y'all again"
"I believe in y'all. Cuz y'all believed in me. & that's all @thegame you'll ever need. 1." (Game's Twitter)
In related news, Game's manager filed a lawsuit over "snitching."
West Coast rapper Game's manager, Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond, has hit up SOHH to break the news of a lawsuit he is filing against the New York Daily News over published snitching acccusations.
Based on an 11-page complaint exclusively shown to SOHH, Rosemond details his cause for the lawsuit.
"Plaintiff James Rosemond, by his attorneys, brings this Complaint for money damages against the New York Daily News and Chuck Philips, and alleges as follows: This is an action for libel arising from the Daily News' September 13, 2010 publication of a misleading and false investigative report, entitled 'You don't say? No-snitch advocated exposed an informant.' First Cause Of Action: Defamation. Second Cause Of Action: Negligent Infliction Of Emotional Distress." (SOHH)
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