West Coast rapper Game put his emotions on full display this week, publicly thanking Vh1 for taking a chance with his “Marrying The Game” reality television series hours before its finale.
Although he did not spill the beans on the episode’s content, Game unleashed an emotionally-driven statement to the network and behind-the-scenes people.
“I wanna thank @VH1 for the love & all of the people who made #MarryingTheGame a success this season. Season Finale tonight !!!! Be sure to catch it…… Enjoy, & thanks again for all love through what was a very trying time for me & my family. Remember…. Prayer, Strength & Belief in GOD will guide you through the storm. I am at peace with myself & in full understanding that not all things happen the way we see it in our minds but we as people have the strength to alter situations with OUR HEARTS.” (Game’s Instagram)
He also asked fans to not allow their personal feelings toward Tiffney Cambridge motivate their post-viewing actions.
“I am in Europe & won’t be able to watch it tonite so enjoy it & let me know your thoughts on tonites show & the entire season…… Remember to be as respectful as possible to my childrens mother in your comments & tweets as well as my children. It’s not how I expected things to go when we started the show but reality is REALITY ! to my fans: Your love & loyalty always carries me through….. & for that, you are always more than APPRECIATED – The Game” (Game’s Instagram)
While the couple went their separate ways on the finale, they are reportedly back together.
Breakups suck. They especially suck when you have to go through it in the public eye. But Tiffney ended their relationship on TV. The would-be bride was finally fed up with not being a priority in Game’s life. When she brought that concern to him, he wasn’t trying to see things from her point of view. Afterall, after eight years and five albums, Game thought Tiffney shouldn’t be expecting to come before his work. And that was the final straw for Tiffney. She had to walk away. This isn’t the end of the story, though. Game and Tiffney, who grace the cover of Sister 2 Sister’s December 2012 issue, are back together. But will they get hitched any time soon? (S2S Magazine)
Recently, the West Coast rapper talked about Cambridge’s persistence for pushing the reality show.
Regardless, Game said his 37-year-old fiancée “found the heads of VH1 and started taking her own meetings” to forge ahead with the reality show, a move he’s concerned about since he’s worked to keep his relationship out of the glare of media and public opinion. “I kept her away because I didn’t want her in the light because I felt it could harm or hurt her,” he admitted. “And she wasn’t ready. It’s a lot to deal with. And then on the other hand, I was trying to keep it player.” (ABC News Radio)