The rapper refuted his mother's partner, who claimed The Game got his start in showbiz by working as an exotic dancer.
Rapper The Game has launched an angry tirade at his mother's partner after he suggested the star had previously worked as a male stripper in a new online documentary.
Hodari Sababu features in a new Pitchfork magazine film, "A Hip-Hop Guided Tour of Compton," and claims the Dreams hitmaker, real name Jayceon Taylor, got his start in showbiz by working as an exotic dancer. Sababu repeated the allegations, which previously surfaced early on in The Game's career, during a radio interview with satellite station Shade 45 this week, but the rap star has slammed the rumors, insisting Sababu is simply acting out of malice.
In a Twitter rant on Tuesday, The Game writes, "He do a interview with Shade 45 lying wit the same stripper story.. ha ha... It don't work n**ga."
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