West Coast rapper Game is putting his all into the first stop off his The 45 tour. The Los Angeles native has hit up social media to share some positive thoughts and dedication to his late dad.

Weeks after his father’s untimely death, Game went to Instagram to announce tonight’s first show is in his memory.

1st show on the #45 tour. This ones for you Daddy #RestInParadise [📸 @taylorsince90]

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Recently, Game penned a massive open letter about his state of mind following the recent death.

The day I laid my father to rest…. the reason I keep posting is because I am very sad & myself, my life & my family have always been shared with my fans & I am thankful for you allowing me to grieve with you. Always know, I am no different than any of you. I am human & when in times like this is when I need you the most. I say that to say…. I am very appreciative for all of you… all the comments, the DM’s, the amount of love & support you’ve all shown me in my time of darkness does not & will not ever go unnoticed or unappreciated. I come to you fully humbled with an entirely different understanding of LIFE, LOVE & DEATH. Some questions I have about how or why will never be answered and that’s something I will have to learn to live with along with the fact that I’ll never see my father again in this lifetime. That last sentence itself could force an ocean of tears down my face but tonite I am all cried out. Simply here to share all that I am with all whom helped me get here. Thank you, sincerely “A lost soul”. #RestInParadiseDaddy

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Game’s publicized mourning caught the attention of celebs like Pete Rock and Somaya Reece.

Prayers up to 📸 #TheGame

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