It wasn't exactly Yuletide blessings over at the Game's house during the holidays. The Los Angeles rapper claims that he was robbed on Christmas Eve. He vented his frustrations via
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"So, heres my day: tried 2 do last minute shoppin 4 da kids & valet stole a Louis Duffle out @avanterose's car & we 2 chains & $75,000 short," The Game wrote in
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According to the rapper, he's going to search for justice by his own means. He threatened the Topanga Mall Nordstrom valet drivers with an offer to deliver them gifts after the holiday.
The Game, however, noted that he and his associate are both on
probation, so they couldn't properly voice their displeasure with the valet employees while police were present.
Last month, the Game attempted to reconcile with former mentor 50 Cent once again.
The Compton native reached out to the G-Unit head honcho via Twitter about rejoining the crew populated by Fif, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. (Young Buck, like Game, was ousted by 50 for being disloyal.)
"@50cent Aye n---a, get on twitter & let's get this sh-- movin !!!
G-G-G-G- well, you know the rest," Game's note to 50 read. "@50cent All it take is 'ONE PHONE CALL'! U call me, I call BUCK, tell Banks holla at Yayo & dat puts HIP HOP @ OUR MERCY! #UknowUcdisN---A. Anybody don't like it, F--- YALL!!!"
50 questioned Game's sincerity and dismissed the olive branch, though, saying the rapper's motive was to promote his long-delayed release, The R.E.D. Album.