Rapper The Game, showed up for his little black brothers and protected them from malicious cops after they were reported for selling candies.
While out in Hollywood on Sunday night,The Game intervened when he saw the police questioning a group of kids who were selling candy. Apparently a nearby business called the police to the area and reported the kids for soliciting, according to TMZ.
It seems like The Rapper didn’t want anything bad to happen to the boys and stopped things from escalating when he took the matter into his own hands. The Game gave the kids enough money to cover the candy but let them keep their supply and told them to go home.
Game told TMZ he was “giving jewels to the youth” so they didn’t get hit by the “boys in blue.”
It takes bravery and leadership to step in when you see something wrong, especially when the cops are involved but it seems like Game did what he felt he had to do to keep the boys out of harm’s way.
The rapper was leaving Beauty & Essex restaurant When he decided to look out for his black brothers and got them out of harm and brutality’s way.
Born as Jayceon Terrell Taylor on November 27th, 1979 in Los Angeles, California, the rapper grew up in a gritty, gang-infested Compton neighborhood. Following in the footsteps of his parents, both gang-affiliated, Game joined the Cedar Block Piru Bloods.
In 2001, he was involved in an altercation that left five bullets in his body. After recovering from a three-day coma, Game ditched his old lifestyle and decided to give rap a shot.