The Game Digs Himself Deeper With Weak Explanation for Spitting at Fans

March 8, 2012  |  

Get ready to roll your eyes. A couple of days ago, a video of The Game spitting on female fans at a concert after party went viral online and made viewers cringe with disgust at the rapper’s bullish behavior. Sensing the backlash, The Game decided to explain his actions to XXL magazine, although he may have been better off just keeping his mouth shut with this weak reasoning. Here’s what he said:

“This girl and her dude were at the concert, and we had a meet and greet,” he said. “It was like 100 people, plus we have to get to an after-party, so we [focused on] doing everything on schedule. You shake my hand, I sign one thing from each person and take a picture with each person. So, they wanted to hold up the line, and there’s other people behind ’em, and we got time constraints. They acting crazy, [saying], ‘we paid all this money and we can’t even chill!’ I guess they wanted to chill, go back to the hotel and smoke with a N***a and be my kid’s godfather. So, security had to take them out because they got a little crazy.”

“We go to the after-party and here are these same two people. They by the VIP [area], kind of doing the heckling s***, and throwing s*** throwing Red Bull cans. But ain’t none of it hitting me. The dude starts spitting loogies and drinking s*** and spitting it. The s*** started getting closer and closer to where we was at. He keeps spittin’ and finally, the f***in’ s*** hit me. So I went over and I f***in’ spit.”

Securrrrrity anybody? The Game went on to say his saliva didn’t actually hit anybody because, unfortunately, he has bad aim.

“My spit hit the f***in’ ground. That girl didn’t have no spit on her. The dude didn’t have no spit on him. They just saying some s***, making a scene, and then they left.

“That video don’t show me spitting on nobody. I didn’t spit on nobody, but, I definitely tried to spit on the b****. I just missed. But I’m not the best at aiming spit. Me, to get up and spit on somebody? I’m not doing that unless I’m provoked.”

Now don’t get me wrong, someone spitting “loogies” at, near, on, or anywhere around me would definitely make me want to lay hands; however the fact that he emphasized trying to spit on “the b****” when the guy was the one spitting only proves my point further: He’s a weak boy who tries to prove his manhood by assaulting women. Let’s see how he explains the other fan getting pushed off the stage.

Does this explanation justify The Game’s behavior in your opinion or make him look worse?

Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.

More on Madame Noire!

Trending on MadameNoire

Comment Disclaimer: Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed 200 words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section. XOXO-MN