The Game Pens Heartbreaking Letter on Not Seeing His Kids (PHOTO)
Tensions between rapper Jayceon “The Game” Taylor and former fianceé Tiffney Cambridge are going public after news broke that The Game is being investigated for allegedly assaulting Tiffney. A court has ordered The Game to stay away from Tiffney pending a hearing later this month and the stress of not being able to see his children is getting to him — big time.
The Marrying The Game stars share two children together, 6-year-old King Justice and 3-year-old California Dream, and the “Hate It or Love it” rapper took to Instagram to pen a heartbreaking letter about being barred from his kids.
“Doing the best I can not to break,” The Game starts the lengthy post, going on to say, “It’s funny how someone you’ve done so much for can be so ugly & cruel as to keep my children away from me vindictively because I’ve decided to move on with my life.”
The Game notes that he loves all three of his children (his eldest son, Harlem is from a previous relationship) “more than life itself” and is offended by how Tiffney is essentially barring all his children from being together.
“It’s one thing to keep me away from them.. & them away from me but @harlemcarontaylor hasn’t seen his younger brother or sister in a month & just texted me ‘Dad, how come Justice can’t come to my house’ & I have to lie to him because he’s to [sic] young to understand the real reason why,” he wrote. “They are MY CHILDREN & we deserve to be in each other’s lives forever,” he later asserted, asking, “What kind of person would get in the middle of someone’s devoted fatherhood when there are countless women out here that are raising there [sic] children on there [sic] own with no one to help.”
“I have worked so hard at being a good parent only to have it taken away by someone who cares not about me, nor the welfare of our children but only about themselves,” he claimed.
The Game then wrote that he believes it’s all a plot to keep him away from his son King, who is turning 7 on April 25. “What lie y’all gone tell em’ when his Daddy ain’t there?” he asked. He ended the post by saying “Daddy loves you…. Misses you… & will always be here no matter what happens !!!! I am a REAL FATHER.”
The rapper has since deleted the Instagram post, but hopefully got some solace, since it’s been reported that the judge has granted him weekend visitation with his children.
We hope, for the children’s sake, that The Game and Tiffney can come to a mutual understanding.