Rapper Game’s tumultuous relationship with his ex-fiancee Tiffney Cambridge is about get to get ugly.

According to TMZ, Cambridge has filed a restraining order against the Compton MC, which means he has to stay 100 yards away from her.

However, the 'Celebration' rapper will be allowed to see his kids on the weekend. Game and Cambridge have two kids together -- a son named King Justice and a daughter named Cali Dream Taylor.

As we previously reported, Game is under investigation for allegedly beating Cambridge during an argument on March 19. According to law enforcement sources, police have taken photos of her injuries, which consist of an injury to her eye and a broken nose.

Game denies that he touched Cambridge during the argument.

"I don’t want to give fuel to these false accusations, but the truth will definitely come out," he said. "I’m always looking out for my children’s safety and have never laid a hand on Tiffney."

Earlier this week, Game went on Instagram to express his feelings about not seeing his kids. The post has since been removed, but The Urban Daily was able to repost his missive in its entirety. He writes in part:

Doing the best I can not to break.. But it’s funny how someone you’ve done so much for can be so ugly & cruel as to keep my children away from me vindictively because I’ve decided to move on with my life. I love all 3 of my kids more than life itself & it’s one thing to keep me away from them.. & them away from me.

They are the only reason I care about breathing another day on earth...They are the sole reason I have become a better person… They are the reason I give back, the reason I help people & the reason I wake up everyday with a smile on my face."

It's clear that Game wants to be a father to his children. We hope that the couple can work things out and maintain a civil relationship for the kids.