West Coast rapper Game can thank police for getting off with just a fine on his birthday earlier this week as new reports claim he committed a major no-no involving his Bentley.
According to reports, Los Angeles authorities let the birthday boy slide Thursday (November 29) night.
The Game should have had his car towed in Los Angeles this week, but the LAPD decided to be nice to him because it was his birthday … TMZ has learned. Game told our photog on Thursday night that cops pulled him over in his Bentley and ticketed him for having tinted windows and paper license plates. But law enforcement sources tell TMZ the rapper didn’t have the Bentley registered, a huge no-no. We’re told Game explained to police that he had purchased the car from a pro football player back in January and never got around to registering it. Our sources say the cops were going to tow the car, but since Game said it was his birthday … they decided they didn’t want to make him walk and gave him a little birthday break. (TMZ)
Heading into the weekend, reports of his minor fine hit the Internet.
The Game got a birthday present last night in Hollywood from the police … in the form of a ticket for having tinted windows and no license plate. Just what he always wanted! The outspoken rapper bitched about the ticket on his way into the Roxbury — and then on his way out, he told our photog he plans on getting EVERYBODY in his crew a Rolex for Christmas. Take that, Oprah! Given the outlandish promise … along with the fact his sweater magically disappeared AND he’s on the street holding a bottle of champagne … it’s a good thing cops busted him before the club and not after. (TMZ)
The rapper celebrated his special night with a handful of high profile guests.
Happy 33rd to the Game. The Compton MC brought in his birthday at LA’s Club Lure Wednesday night (November 28) with a formal party. Suits, dresses and gowns were worn, for the most part, as Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, Master P, Soulja Boy, Mike Epps, Sean Kingston, Kenyon Martin, Ray J, Tank, Teirra Marie and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony all came out for the controversial lyrical mastermind. (XXL Mag)
Although he celebrated his birthday on back-to-back nights, Game extended the special occasion into Saturday.
“It’s going down 2nite !!!! My bday celebration continues…… #Part1 was LURE… #Part2 was Roxbury now… http://pheed.com/thegame/379733/10660 …,” he tweeted Friday (November 30). (Game’s Twitter)
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