When you got to go, you got to go. The Game posted a picture that some fans thought was hilarious, while others didn’t appreciate his ‘toilet humor.’ Was the shot of the ‘100’ rapper dropping rhymes while in the bathroom funny or disgusting? Click to see!
At least we can say that The Game, 35, has the perfect comeback to anyone who says his music stinks. The rapper’s busy putting together his next album and it seems like he doesn’t have any time to spare. In a new photo, the rapper showed how he’s multitasking, sharing a funny (or gross) picture of him recording while going to the bathroom at the same time!
The Game uploaded the “crappy” shot to his Instagram account on July 21. The “Hate It or Love It” rapper, known for his feud with 50 Cent as much as his music, demonstrated his dedication to getting his new album out as soon as possible.
“I ain’t been home in 30 days & I love 20 minutes down the freeway,” The Game wrote along with the photo. “I don’t have a second to waste,” he added, promising that his next album, a sequel to his break-out hit The Documentary, will “literally” dump on the competition. Yikes. Also, gross. Really gross.
The album is currently scheduled for an Aug. 7 release, so that’s why the Game seems so strapped for time that he can’t afford a few minutes to use the toilet in peace. The first single off the new album, “100,” featuring Drake, was released in June.
The new single received some positive reviews from fans and critics alike, so it’s no wonder The Game feels pressure to deliver. Though, we think his fans wouldn’t mind if The Games takes a bathroom break every once in a while — so long as he remembers to flush.
Maybe The Game might have more time to record if he wasn’t busy reporting beating people up. The rapper turned himself into the police on June 8 for an alleged incident where he punched an off-duty cop during a March 29 basketball game. The Game wasn’t charged with assault. Instead, he was charged with a felony of making threats, telling the copy “I’m going to kill you.”
What do you think about The Game’s picture, HollywoodLifers? Funny? Gross? Both?
— Jason Brow