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An off-duty cop sues Game for punching him when they were playing basketball last March, saying that it might have caused brain damage.
The rapper was also joined onstage by O.T. Genasis, Marsha Ambrosius, SchoolBoy Q and son Harlem at the special show to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his debut album 'The Documentary'.
The star-studded track, which also features Diddy, Fabolous and DJ Khaled, is available on iTunes and the proceeds from the sales will go to Justice for Mike Brown charity.
The 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'-inspired visuals, directed by Matt Alonso, sees The Game as a chainsaw-wielding man.
The collaborative project is currently in the works and will be released at the end of this year or in early 2015.
The two rappers got involved in a standoff against the police when two of their friends were beaten to a pulp by security guards.
The rapper is ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from his ex-fiancee Tiffney Cambridge after he allegedly attacked her last month.
Rapper The Game has donated more than $7,000 to cover the funeral expenses of a 7-year-old boy and reveals that big part of the donation is made by several gang leaders.
The Compton rapper, who was previously signed to Insterscope Records, now joins other YMCMB artists that include Paris Hilton, Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lil Wayne.
The 'Hate It or Love It' rapper threatens paparazzi who try to take photos of Khloe, saying, 'Put your cameras down or there's going to be seven broke cameras!'
The two rappers' generous donation will go to an Ohio woman whose boyfriend and five kids died in the fire.
Game has announced that he is setting up a project called 'The Robin Hood Project' in which he gives away some cash to the needy and hopes he fulfills the target of $1 million by Christmas.
The video sees the rappers spitting their bars on the streets around Los Angeles while French Montana, DJ Khaled and Chris Brown appear as cameos.
The West Coast rapper releases the new single as part of his Sunday Service promotion, and features two other hip-hop talents Kendrick Lamar and Scarface.
The 'Post of Gold' rapper pays for gas and other form of transportation and even drives the voters to the polling station in his own car.