The Game Says He Received More Love From Strangers On Father’s Day

Yesterday was Father’s Day, and while some men spent time enjoying their day with their family, that unfortunately wasn’t the experience for The Game. Today he shared a video on Instagram explaining that his eldest son Harlem was the only one who reached out to him, purchased him a gift, and spent time with him. The game claims he didn’t hear from his other children Cali Dream & King Justice, from his previous relationship with Tiffney Cambridge.

The ‘Hate It Or Love It’ rapper compared how he goes all out for Mother’s Day for the women in his life. He says that he’s tired of the disrespect and says he got more ‘Happy Father’s Day’ wishes from people he barely knows and strangers rather than the friends and family he supports financially.

The game’s pain was evident in the video, which lasted over 6 minutes. He captioned the post, “It’s the disrespect for me. Hoping all the REAL FATHERS out there got blessed & showered with all the LOVE & APPRECIATION they deserved. But, for the ones that did not, I feel your pain.” Although Game was sad about his experience, he did share a video with Harlem while they ate dinner together, which he seemed to enjoy.

Roommates commented under the post, pointing out Game is also dealing with the loss of his father. If you recall, his father, George Taylor, unexpectedly passed in January 2018. Reportedly George was found unresponsive at his home in Apple Valley, CA, at the age of 65 years old. Game shared a photo at his father’s gravesite with red roses wishing him a ‘Happy Father’s Day.’

Neither Cali Dream, King Justice or Tiffney have responded to The Game’s claims, but we’ll keep an eye out if they do! Let us know your thoughts about this situation in the comments below, Roomies!

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