Rapper The Game could face some heavy charges from a tweet that came from his Twitter account. According to The Game, he didn’t tweet the prank tweet about an internship from his Twitter account. He said he and his friends always play jokes and pranks on each other and tweet from each other’s phones on their Twitter accounts and that he didn’t mean for any of this to happen. Then there was another story that his account got hacked and he’s now saying it was hacked by one of his friends…. Hmmmm!
Well the big issue is that the number they tweeted in the prank belonged to a Compton police station and the reason they are talking about filing charges for obstruction against The Game is because there were several hundreds emergency calls that couldn’t get through to the police station because of the overwhelming calls to the police lines. Now The Game made a statement in his apology that really made sense to me saying that usually when people call the police they dial ‘911’ and the number that was tweeted was a 10-digit number. Ummmmm, yeah that’s exactly what I was thinking and I’m glad he had the balls to say it!
If you ask me, I think this is really very unnecessary. I appreciate The Game for manning up and apologizing, but filing charges is a little over the top. I understand what they’re saying about the calls not getting through, but hell when you call 911 they put you on hold any damn way so what’s the reason for that? Can I file charges against the police station if I call in with an emergency and they put my ass on hold while I’m being attacked?
Check out the video of the Game apologizing for the situation on CNN and tell me what yall think!
Video courtesy of CNN.
Sidebar: I didn’t realize how beautiful The Game’s eyes are! Mesmerizing
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