Lynette (Taylor's mom) and Taylor had troubles in the beginning. Taylor attended Compton High School and most of the students that were gang affiliated were Crips.His older brother Big Fase 100, attended Centennial High School and was a Cedar Block Piru Blood. Taylor's natural abilities in althletics led him into a spot as point guard on the basketball team. The Game graduated in 1999 and had received many scholarship offers from various colleges.But his biggest look, prior to , was the song “How To Rob,” where he took subliminal and overt shots at dozens of popular rappers.The responses served as free promotion, and 50 subsequently increased his buzz by releasing a flurry of what he would later refer to as “aggressive content” via the mixtape circuit. June 3, 2014 marks the release of 50 Cent’s fifth official retail album .Some of those stars came out to party with the Hot 97 personality as she celebrated her 39th birthday....Read More John Legend and girlfriend Christine Teigen weren’t shy, showing PDA at his 31st birthday party at Simyone Lounge in New York City on Monday (Dec. The Grammy winner celebrated with friends including Ludacris,...Read More Estelle blows out the candles on her cupcakes at Abe & Arthur’s in New York City on Monday (Jan. The “American Boy” singer celebrated her 30th birthday with Wynter Gordon, “106 & Park’s”...
He was born into a life of gang-banging and hustling. Game's intelligence was acknowledged by his caretakers and he usually helped his foster brothers and sisters with their homework. At 13, one of Game's older brothers, Jevon who was just 17 at the time was shot at a gas station. Taylor says that he felt his father played a hand in this by not being there and felt that if he had, his brother would not have been shot.
She's now seen by fans and peers as an all-around spokesperson for hip-hop, but for all her success, Oh seems to still feed off a deep inner well of curiosity.
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Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond was up for a murder-for-hire trial when 50 Cent took the opportunity to throw his customary jabs on Instagram: “LMAO THIS BOY SOLVED EVERY CRIME IN NEW YORK.
Old gangsta jimmy,go a head tell some more s–t killer.
Lol.” The thing is, though, that 50 was speaking about a man who, as it came out during trial, was stalking and reportedly paying for acts of violence to be done to 50 Cent and G-Unit’s crew.