The rapper has once again confirmed to the media that he will be retiring from rapping soon and revealing his plan after quiting.
It looks like rapper The Game is already sure with his retirement plan and has already set his eyes on another music project after releasing his third album "L.A.X." on August 26. According to the latest news, Game plans to follow P. Diddy and Dr. Dre's footsteps and become a rap mogul.
Revealing his future plan to the press, in his recent statement, the rapper said, "I've been spending 100 per cent of my time being Game, so I haven't been able to focus on my producers and my artists, so this year I'm gonna get it crackin'... the same way Dre, Quincy Jones and Diddy do it (sic) - by being a rap mogul." Moreover he also added, "There are a lot of ways to keep hip-hop alive without being an artist. I don't have to be vocal to make it happen."
The rapper has been hinting his retirement plan just before working on "L.A.X" by releasing statements saying that the upcoming album will be his last record. On one of his latest interviews, he has even shouted the plan loud and clear, saying "But I'm retiring".
In other news, Game that recently has been criticized over the lyrics on one of his new songs "Big Dreams", that said all hip-hop stars wear blood diamond, has answered back the recent critics and defended himself by stating that it's a fact. "I know the negatives of what I said, but the truth is, we're all wearing blood diamonds, so it ain't just me. Do I feel the struggle in Africa? Yeah. Do I think people should be dying over diamonds? No. But it ain't like I'm the only cat around with a chain on," Game said.