News: Game Says Give Him A Break After Beating Accusations: "All I Want Is A Chance To Move On W/ My Life"
Saturday, Apr 5, 2014 2:11PM
West Coast rapper Game is going out of his way to let fans know he would never bring physical harm to fiancée Tiffney Cambridge and has resorted to Instagram to speak out.
Although limited in his words, Game admitted he wanted to move forward with his life.
"I don't want to give fuel to these false accusations, but the truth will definitely come out. I'm always looking out for my children's safety and have never laid a hand on Tiffney. All I want is a chance to move on with my life & be allowed to be the father to my children I have been since their births. Judge me as you may, but do know.. my heart & my intentions are pure - The Game" (Game's Instagram)
The rap star said he had never brought physical pain to Tiff following graphic reports yesterday (April 4).
The Game tells us, "I don't want to give fuel to these false accusations, but the truth will definitely come out. I am always looking out for my children's safety and have never laid a hand on Tiffney." (TMZ)
Reports of Cambridge filing a police report last weekend surfaced online Friday.
The Game is now the suspect in a felony domestic violence investigation ... after allegedly beating up his fiancee, law enforcement sources tell TMZ. According to our sources, Game's fiancee Tiffney Cambridge, filed a police report last weekend ... following a March 19th incident during which she claims Game attacked her. Cambridge told police the couple was having an argument and Game turned violent. Sources close to Tiffney tell us, Game hit Tiffney repeatedly in the face, injuring her eye socket and breaking her nose. Law enforcement sources say police took photos of her face. (TMZ)
Reports also claimed Game confirmed an incident went down with his estranged lover.
We're told the L.A. County Sheriff's Department has launched a criminal investigation. Both Game and Tiffney appear on his reality show, "Marrying The Game." Sources connected with Game tell TMZ, he acknowledges there was an incident ... but the rapper insists he never laid a finger on her. (TMZ)