West Coast rapper Game has fallen back on his issues toward a Hollywood night spot and the Los Angeles Police Department after going on a publicized tirade earlier this week. #GameOn
The Cali rap star provided a full update on the situation on Twitter Saturday (May 17).
“After having a long & positive meeting today with @mrtoxicdayparty & the @lasfinestonline team…. We have privately settled the matter.,” Game wrote May 17.
“2ndly it was the Hollywood division of the LAPD specifically who were threatening club owners & promoters with closing clubs if black entertainers or athletes were allowed in their clubs. #RacismIsNotAWeapon #WeWillFightThisLegally” (Game’s Twitter)
Earlier in the week, Game said the Los Angeles hot spot and cops intentionally had problems with African Americans.
Game has beef with Lure nightclub in Hollywood — the site of an extremely popular weekly event called Toxic … a party which Game often hosted. But Game says he’s persona non grata, after secret meetings between Lure honchos and cops. Game lays it out … he says they’re trying to block minorities, rappers and athletes from clubs. He says it’s pure and simple racism. (TMZ)
Following those remarks, both parties denied the serious accusations.
But LAPD sources tell us … they have never met with Lure management to discuss keeping groups of people out of the club. And Lure echoes that. As for who you believe, you should factor this in … Game and T.I. were in a tense standoff with LAPD cops earlier this month outside Supperclub — owned by the same people who own Lure — after a guy in their posse got beaten to a pulp by club security. (TMZ)
The Los Angeles Lakers diehard recently unleashed an emotional rant against ousted NBA owner Donald Sterling.
“I have to say that after listening to the full audio clip of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racists comments towards (minorities) specifically African Americans & Hispanics, I am totally outraged & very upset !!! He also went on to say that because Magic Johnson was black he did not want Magic to attend any of the Los Angeles Clippers games. Myself being African American & having a huge Hispanic following… I find myself in a position to defend both my heritage & that of all of the Hispanic community, not only here but around the world….” (Game’s Instagram)
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