Game Retires His Player Jersey, Releases Marriage Proposal Video

Game Retires His Player Jersey, Releases Marriage Proposal Video

West Coast rapper Game is looking to build a lasting family by proposing to his longtime girlfriend and recording to occassion on video this week.

Details of the marriage proposal emerged online late Wednesday (October 12) evening.

The “Hate It or Love It” hitmaker surprised his girlfriend of seven years, Tiffany Cambridge, with a proposal on Wednesday, October 12 afternoon, and camera crews were present at Frank D. Parent Elementary school in Inglewood, California to document the special moment. In the two-minute video, the rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, got down on one knee after Tiffany walked into a room where he, their children, close friends, co-workers and a few camera crews were waiting. Looking a little nervous, he quickly pulled out a ring from his pocket and asked her to marry him. (Ace Showbiz)

The occassion took place around a crowd of onlookers.

“I want to ask you, will you marry me,” he said holding the ring toward her hand. “Oh, yes I can,” she responded as he slipped the ring on her finger. The crowd cheered and applauded. Finally, the couple kissed and embraced. Then someone shouted “let me see the rock, yes that’s a rock,” which was followed by laughter. (BET)

Not only Game’s girlfriend, Cambridge has given birth to two of their kids.

Game dropped to one knee moments ago at the L.A. elementary school where his girlfriend Tiffney teaches — and we won’t ruin it … BUT SHE SAYS YES. Game and Tiffney have two kids together — a son named King Justice and a daughternamed Cali. Game also has a third child from a previous relationship. (TMZ)

Outside of family, Game recently talked about criticism.

“It’s cool to see haters shut up,” Game said. “You know, everybody’s like, ‘Oh, he fell off.’ When people say you fell off, they don’t really know that I have kids and I have a family and I’m like chilling and nuturing and being a dad. I’m living life. I’m not in the studio. I don’t even want to be in the studio everyday. It gets boring. I’ve done it for the last eight, nine years so I take breaks. Long breaks. Extended breaks. Every now and again I’ll come back to reclaim my fame, really let everyone know I’m a force to be reckoned with right now. But to each’s own. I’ma come and do my numbers every time.” (Carson Daly)

Check out the marriage proposal below:

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