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The Game Basic Information
|Stage Name:||The Game/ Chuck/ Hurricane/ The California King/ Dr. Dre’s Protege/ G-Unit/ The Face of Los Angeles/ King of the West|
|Real Name:||Jayceon Terrell Taylor|
|Occupation:||Rapper and Record Producer|
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|Place of Birth:||Compton, California|
The Game Biography
The Game was born Jayceon Terrell Taylor on November 29, 1979, in Compton, California, to Crips street gang members George Taylor and Lynette Baker. Although Taylor grew up to become a member of the Cedar Block Piru Bloods through his brother, he lived in Santana Blocc, an area predominantly under the authority of the Crips. The Game called his family “dysfunctional” in an October 2006 interview with MTV News correspondent Sway Calloway. A leader of the Cedar Block Piru Bloods in West Compton, California, was his older half-brother George Taylor III, better known as the rapper Big Fase 100.
His parents were drug users. Therefore, he had a difficult childhood. Jayceon was sent into foster care when he was seven after his father allegedly assaulted his sisters. His parents, George Taylor, and Lynette Baker, were Crips gang members. He had a Hoover Crippelette for a mother and a Nutty Block Crip for a father. His father died at 65, and much isn’t known about his mother as he tries to keep her away from the prying eyes of the press.
Game’s older brother Jevon, who was 17 years old at the time, was shot at a gas station when he was 13. Recently, his brother had signed a record deal. Taylor claims that he believed his father’s absence contributed to the incident and that his brother would not have been shot if he had been present. Game visited Jevon the day before he passed away, promising that things would improve and time lost would be made up. Another older sibling, Big Fase 100, was a Cedar Block Piru Blood who went to Centennial High School.
The Game has two sons – a 15-year-old son, King Justice, with Tiffany, a 19-year-old son, Harlem, from his previous relationship with Aleska Jordan; and a 12-year-old daughter, Cali Dream, with Tiff.
The daughter of U.S. Congressman G. K. Butterfield, actress, and model Valeisha Butterfield, was the woman Game announced he was engaged to. The engagement was called off in June 2006, just before the ‘scheduled’ March 2007 wedding.
After they called off their engagement, Game started seeing a sixth-grade teacher named Tiffney Cambridge. The Game and Cambridge were the subjects of the reality television series Marrying the Game, which VH1 aired for two seasons as they were ready to wed. It was “love at first sight” when Cambridge and Jayceon met. Despite concerns over Game’s profession, the relationship lasted eight years, but despite the series, there were no preparations for a wedding. Cambridge accused the Game of abusing her physically during their relationship, which he refused.
The Game’s net worth is estimated to be $10 Million
The Game lives in California. In Glendale, California, a mansion that belonged to the American rapper was listed for sale. He also has real estate properties in Calabasas and other parts of the country.