West Coast rapper Game may have run into some trouble over the weekend, letting his one million-plus Twitter followers know police pulled him over Saturday (July 28) night.
Although he only posted one police-related tweet yesterday, Game left speculation open to what possibly went down.
“Gettin pulled over by the f$!?&% police uh-gain !!! #F*ckMyLife,” Game tweeted Saturday (July 28).
“California Love. As I see it. http://instagr.am/p/Npd_Csmogd/” (Game’s Twitter)
Last year, the former G-Unit member shared his stance against local police enforcement.
“The exact reason 2Pac & Biggie murders still unsolved !!! LAPD be out here on these h*es #F*ckDaPolicehttp://lockerz.com/s/117250731,” he tweeted July 5th. (Game’s Twitter)
Police speculation aside, Game’s recently nixed wedding plans are reportedly back on.
Talk about a roller coaster of emotion — TMZ has learned, The Game’s wedding is BACK ON … despite being canceled just last week. As we reported, Game’s fiancee Tiffney Cambridge pulled the plug on the wedding last Thursday — and the rapper said it was all his fault, tweeting, “The rumors are TRUE. The wedding is OFF. It’s not her fault, it’s mine! She’s a GREAT woman.” But now, we’re told the couple is giving things another shot and has decided to resume their wedding plans. According to sources, the new wedding date is in August. As for the reality show that was supposed to cover the nuptials — we’re told that’s back on too. (TMZ)
He had previously announced the canceled wedding days prior.
Nine months ago, Game was so excited about popping the question to his longtime girlfriend Tiffney Cambridge that the L.A. rapper staged an elaborate surprise at the elementary school where she worked. The two were set to wed on July 28, with a reality TV series reportedly based around the nuptials, but this week the couple called off the engagement suddenly. This week, without further details, a message was posted on the couple’s wedding website saying the ceremony was off. “We regret to inform you that the wedding of Tiffney Cambridge & Jayceon Taylor has been cancelled,” the brief post read. (MTV)
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