Imagine being able to type your name in a Google search, and the whole world can estimate how much money you have. That concept comes to life daily regarding influential people and their perceived net worth. However, one often misconstrued fact about net worth is that it is a dollar-by-dollar depiction of how much a person has in their bank account. And when many high-profile people see their net worth amount or are asked about it, they often describe how the number is somewhat off base. Los Angeles rapper The Game is on that list of people who say that what they have doesn’t line up with what the internet reports. And while no one knows their bag better than the person holding it, there seems to be misalignment in what net worth is versus how it is interpreted. According to Forbes, net worth is the balance of a person’s assets and liabilities at a specific time. Certified personal finance counselor Elizabeth Keatinge broke it down in the Forbes report by saying, “Simply put, it’s...
Apr 12, 2023
Have you considered whether or not you would choose between a multi-million dollar payout or a few rounds of your favorite video game? Yeah, neither have we. Compton native rapper The Game admitted during an interview with Complex that he once turned a $7 million tour so that he could level up in NBA 2K.
Jun 15, 2022
Quavo and The Game are switching lanes. In statements released by both rappers, they revealed that they are now playable characters in NBA 2K22. “What’s happening? It’s Quavo. I am officially a playable character in 2k22. I’m very excited. Complete challenges to unlock my MyTEAM player card,” Quavo said on Instagram. View this post on Instagram A post shared by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) In addition, Ronnie Singh will also be joining Quavo and The Game as the first playable celebrities on NBA 2K. “Yooooo…. So check this. I’m the first celebrity along with @quavohuncho & @ronnie2k to be playable by fans. Put me on your squad along with the greatest players in NBA history in @NBA2K by completing spotlight challenges and earning my card,” The Game wrote on Twitter. https://twitter.com/thegame/status/1494014843279470597?s=20&t=F6sz7bdvhY22qxpnSBJe5g
Feb 18, 2022
It’s a tale as old as time — record labels taking advantage of talent, but where do we go from here? The Source reports that Compton rapper, Jayceon Terrell Taylor, better known as The Game is letting the chopper fly when it comes to the relationship between him and his first home label. “F–K INTERSCOPE,” said The Game via Twitter. “I meant it when I said it 17 years ago & I mean it today !!!! They’re running a modern day slave trade & they steal from every single artist. Best decision of my life was parting ways. #StayIndependent.” Since sharing the tweet, the rapper’s Twitter account has been locked for the alleged violation of the social media platform’s media policy. “@thegame’s account is temporarily unavailable because it violates the Twitter Media Policy. https:// Learn more,” his Twitter now reads.
Feb 1, 2022
The Game just landed in the crypto space with plans to surprise fans with exclusive drops all month long. In partnership with OneOf — a green marketplace designed for the music industry — the rapper will release his debut non-fungible token (NFT) Collection titled “Genesis” on Oct. 6, VIBE reports. In a move to ensure all fans can access the collection, the price point is set at $25. The drop will feature the “Get In The Game” pack where fans will receive four randomized action figure NFTs and never-before-seen music content from an unreleased track. The collection is inspired by the Game’s passions, hobbies, and album releases, says the OneOf website. “I have been able to put forth my creative vision on display and show, not only the growth of my music career but also show the passion I have for basketball and gaming with these digital card packs,” The Game said. “The Genesis NFT Collection will give a nod to my first album, “The Documentary,” and “Jesus Piece,” and will also have...
Oct 6, 2021