The Game, wanting out of the hood, decided to tag along with his older brother, Big Fase 100. Fase taught him how to run the streets and set up shop. Fase, being a Blood gangmember, converted The Game into a Blood. Then, when one of his adopted brothers died, The Game went hard-core. He stole anything he could and sold everything he could. His mother, after giving him a second chance, kicked The Game out of her house.
Fase and The Game then moved to the projects of a nearby city and set up shop there. A lucrative businesss, the drug trade caught the eyes of many rivals. One night, while The Game was alone in his apartment, there was a knock on the door. When he opened up, he would get shot five times. Becoming very thankful, he spent the next five months in recovery thiking about a better future. The Game asked his brother Fase to bring him Dre’s The Chronic, Big’s Ready To Die, Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt, Ice Cube’s Death Certificate, Snoop’s Doggystyle, 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me, every Kool G Rap record, and anything from NWA.
After analyzing them, The Game came out with his own mix-tape. The CD would eventually hit the hands of the Gangsta Rap King, Dr.Dre. After signing him with Aftermath Records, Dr. Dre wanted to expose The Game to the rap game. Seeing as how 50 Cent was in the news and well known, Dr. Dre thought that moving The Game into G-Unit would give him the eyes he needed to see rap. At first, 50 Cent and The Game were getting along. 50 Cent helped The Game make songs for his album, The Documentary. But after long, the two ex-gang members' relationship would head south. After Ja Rule, Fat Joe, and Jadakiss came out with "New York", 50 Cent made a track for his new album, The Massacre, called "Piggy Bank". The song contained disses at Ja Rule, Fat Joe, and Jadakiss. 50 Cent looked for ALL of the G-Unit to back him up. But when The Game publicly spoke to MTV and said that he chose NEITHER side, 50 Cent grew pissed. Then, when 50 Cent found out that The Game was doing songs with Nas, 50 Cent publicly spoke to Hot 97, in New York, kicking The Game out of G-Unit. The interview would be cut short however, after shots were heard coming out of the Hot 97 building. Even so, The Game is a crazy raper. The Game's ability is superb in that he has a flow of words and doesn't go over the beats per minute. The Game's experences bring out the gangsta that he is and his rhymes easily out-wit those of 50 Cent. With The Documentary almost reaching platinum, The Game has proved that even the January cold can't stop his West Coast hot rhymes. His only regret? The fact that his grandma, the one who nicknamed him The Game, never saw him make it in the game...
For a while things we're fine, Game had alot of endorsement from Mobb Deep a old school hip-hop group who were also in G-Unit on G-Unit radio. Apparently he had some relationship with Young Buck but its rather blury about what happened. Then Spider Loc joined and this was sort of the beginning of the end for him in G-Unit. Young Buck heard there supposed conversation through the phone and Game was acting like a punk in interviews apparently. Then he had his loyalty questioned when he didn't side with 50 against other rappers, 50 accused him of not giving enough credit for him in his new album saying he wrote most of the lyrics and then Game was kicked, there possies met up and fight erupted which ended in the death of Game's brother, which he later admitted to attempting suicide twice in 120 bars and runnin. The strange thing that happened next was that on his response mixtape he had three songs with three different views of what happened, first he got kicked, the next leaning on getting kicked/leaving then the next leaving. Apparently he also accidentally dissed M.O.P. , he kept pointing fingers are Mobb Deep turning them against him, as well as pointing fingers at Young Buck who was already against him. Not only was Spider Loc in the beef but practically every other new school Compton rapper came forth from Papa Smurf to the son of Eazy E, one of Game's idols, Lil Eazy. Game's diss's themselves were largely "G-Unit suck dicks" and the like, the impression I got is that he really had nothing on them at all. before I go onto Loc's disses, the video, the Documentary Revealed, showed that not only were the Compton Crips against him, but so where the Compton Bloods, the gang he obsesses in his songs for being in. They went in and asked Bloods and Crips who he was, amazingly even a intelligent Blood in jail said he never heard of him, only his brother, who apparently is where Game got all his stuff from. Yet regardless, he kept calling 50 and Loc fakes, disregarding the fact that Loc can cite which sect of Crips he was in, and 50 has a mug shot showing even more proof he was real, while the only people in Compton who were with him was his possy of 10 people. Even going as far as over capitalizing on the so called "snitching" 50 did on his neighborhood drug dealers, even though no arrests were made meaning either the info was worthless or he lied.
But eventually after a long diss session on mixtapes he finally went on MTV and he and 50 declared there beef over. But its really hard to tell if Game was really loyal to this, this didn't mean that he didn't have beef with the Compton rappers still, and its hard to find a song by him which doesn't attempt to diss G-Unit and Dre. Even still, he went on solo and made songs like One Blood and Strip Club, which for me were pretty average, on the level of Cassidy, they suffer the same problems, they all have horrible songs and some all right songs, but there bad qualities are displayed in even there best songs, bad rhymes and the like. Basiclly, this is why I call him bitchy, he still bitches about leaving G-Unit probably up to this day.
In 2008 he resurrected the beef when G-Unit members started leaving, like M.O.P., since they didn't have to bind to the agreement he started dissing G-Unit again. For a dumb reason like that, thats not enough to hide the fact that he's still bitchy about 50 killing his bro and leaving G-Unit.
In the end, 50 is better then him, he's a bitchy fake ass gangsta and while even getting Young Buck as an ally, he took less time to get over leaving G-Unit and now he's cool with G-Unit and left the beef scene, Olivia is gone, he sided with 50 on the Rick Ross vs. 50 beef leaving him with no one.
an example of The Game diss's
Don't ever feel that you need to change who you are to impress the crowd. Stand up for yourself and stop playing the game!
2. Playing "the game" as spoken by rappers. The Game, previously thought to be the pimp game, drug dealing, and street life... actually is the governmental control over the USA, preferrably the blacks of the USA. The government's "game" keeps the black man down. The rich politicians put guns, drugs, and money in the hands of dirt poor blacks of inner cities and ghettos. The poverty causes greed once its introduced, therefore the black man (black on black violence) keeps himself down, and the government's hands remain clean.