Reality television star Tiffney Cambridge has finally come forward to speak out on making headlines this past spring for being involved in a domestic violence case with ex-fiancé/rapper Game. #shespeaks
Despite messy headlines and allegations, Cambridge said she is now on good terms with the rap star.
“There’s really no drama to report,” Cambridge said in an interview. “I’m very private, in general, so, I’m not the type of person that would really put everything out there anyway even though I am on this show and have showed my life for three seasons on ‘Marrying the Game,’ I still consider myself to be really private and I think things that happen in the house should stay in the house so to speak. I think we’re good, right now, where things are. We’re doing the co-parenting thing and trying to get the kids to adjust to that and so things are fine right now.” (Hip Hollywood)
Details of the estranged couple’s fight surfaced online back in April.
The Game battered his ex-fiancee — then refused to let her tend to their bleeding child after an EXPLOSIVE fight at his home … according to new legal docs filed by the rapper’s ex — something Game vehemently denies. Cambridge says in her docs the fight turned so violent, a table broke, injuring both kids. She says their 3-year-old daughter yelled for help because her leg was bleeding … and Game got even more ferocious when Cambridge went to help her. (TMZ)
Reports suggested Cambridge claimed Game initially resisted letting her or their kids leave.
According to the docs, he told Cambridge, “Move the f*** out the way” and called her a bitch while tearing her clothing and repeatedly hitting her torso with his closed fist. She claims he also yelled, “I will end it all.” Cambridge says after the fight … Game refused to let her leave … telling the children that if Mommy called police, both Mommy and Daddy would go to jail. She says Game eventually allowed her to take the kids and go. She went to the hospital the next day, where she says she learned her nose was broken. (TMZ)
Following the reports, Game wrote an open Instagram post about not being allowed to see his kids.
“Doing the best I can not to break.. But it’s funny how someone you’ve done so much for can be so ugly & cruel as to keep my children away from me vindictively because I’ve decided to move on with my life. I love all 3 of my kids more than life itself & it’s one thing to keep me away from them.. & them away from me but @harlemcarontaylor hasn’t seen his younger brother or sister in a month & just texted me “Dad, how come Justice can’t come to my house” & I have to lie to him because he’s to young to understand the real reason why. I know they ask about me, I know they love me & I know they miss me as much as I miss them but were not allowed to see each other & for what ???” (Game’s Instagram)
Check out Tiffney Cambridge’s interview: