Sajak took to Twitter to defend some contestants who had trouble solving what many observers at home assumed was a solvable riddle, but the veteran hosts shared his views that it's easy to be great at the game from the comforts of one's couch.
The Game has so much on his legal plate that he didn’t even respond to a $10 million sexual assault suit filed by one of the contestants on his VH-1 dating reality show She’s Got Game. Last year, Priscilla Rainey accused him of touching her inappropriately during the filming of the show.
By now, you should know the Game’s love for tattoos is well documented (see what we did there) with odes to Barack Obama and Trayvon Martin, and more, inked on his body. However, the Compton rapper may have one upped himself by getting a Mike Tyson tat.
Before he made a billion dollars from headphones, Dr. Dre was going down in Hip-Hop history for his work with N.W.A and introducing the world to Snoop Dogg and Eminem. Add in production for Jay Z, Nas, and others, and the legacy just grows.
There are a lot of rappers who do big things for charity, but rapper Game is definitely special. There’s really not a day that we don’t see him doing his part to give back in some way or another.
After allegedly attacking his estranged fiancée, Tiffney Cambridge, during a domestic dispute last month, the Game has been slapped with a restraining order.
The beauty of a mixtape is that you can drop a visual for a song at any given moment. That said, Game drops a clips for “Same H**s,” featuring Nipsey Hussle and Ty Dolla $ign, from his OKE (Operation: Kill Everything) mixtape.
Name: Larrance Dobson of 1500 or Nothin’ Location: L.A. Credits: Snoop, Drake, T.I., Jay Z, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Elijah Blake, Game, etc. Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Website
The Game often gets more credit for his outlandish comments and online antics than his actual music. The West Coast veteran has another side, however, and displayed such in a lengthy interview with Larry King while covering his career, his charity project and much more.
Rappers come, rappers go, and so do their albums. But let’s revisit a few projects, or at least the tracks with single potential that got treated like a red-headed step child for one reason or another.