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The Game Channels West Coast Vets on ‘911 Is a Joke’
The Game sounds off on his new track '911 Is a Joke (Cop Killa),' which borrows it's title from Public Enemy's 1990 hit. Taking a cue from fellow West Coast acts N.W.A., who released the controversial track 'F--- Tha Police' as a form of protest against racial profiling and police brutality in 1988,…
The Game Dedicates ‘911 Is a Joke’ to Sean Bell
The Game speaks out against police brutality and the recent Sean Bell verdict on the new track '911 is a Joke,' which the rap star will premiere on his new website ThisizGame.com. "I'm outraged and speaking out for my generation that are afraid to speak out against police bru…
The Game Slapped With Lawsuit by Alleged Assault Victim
After serving only eight days of a 60-day prison sentence for a felony charge of possession of a firearm in a school zone, the Game is heading back to court. The man allegedly assaulted by the emcee during a basketball game last year has filed a lawsuit against the rapper for assault and battery, ci…
The Game Gets Early Release From Prison
After serving just eight days in prison, the Game has been released from Los Angeles' Twin Towers Correctional Facility, according to TMZ. The platinum-selling rapper was due to serve a 60-day sentence for a felony charge of possession of a firearm in a school zone
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Common, the Game to Hit the Big Screen in ‘Street Kings’
Common and the Game will hit the big screen together this spring in the Keanu Reeves police drama, 'Street Kings,' which was originally titled 'The Night Watchman,' due in theaters April 11.
Reeves plays a Los Angeles cop who goes on a quest to find the killers of his former part…
The Game Begins 60-Day Jail Sentence
The Game turned himself in to Los Angeles police Sunday night to begin serving his 60-day jail sentence for a felony charge of possession of a firearm in a school zone.
The rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, pleaded no contest to the felony weapons charge last month, and was sentenced to 60 d…
KRS-One Relaunches the Stop the Violence Movement
Chamillionaire, David Banner, Nelly and the Game joined KRS-One at the Los Angeles Recording School from February 7-9 to lay down a track as part of the rap legend's relaunch of his Stop the Violence Movement.
KRS-One -- aka the Teacha -- and Boogie Down Productions were the forces behind hip-hop's …

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