Game Offers To Pay Fines For Pants-Sagging Citations In Wildwood, New Jersey
The first five people to get ticketed for broadcasting their boxers can look to Game to cover their fine, as he reminds folks he's a "sagging Sagittarius."
Rapper Game loves a good publicity stunt. The Compton, California multi-platinum rapper once bet Bow Wow $85,000 over a game of Madden, money he later won. This was two years after Game was filmed stealing a basketball rim from mentor-turned-nemesis' 50 Cent's mansion. More recently, Game and his entourage filmed a fight outside of a mansion of the crew beating up 50 associate and another enemy, 40 Glocc.
Now Game is offering to use his headline-grabbing antics for good. The Geffen Records star, known for sagging his pants, recently was solicited for his thoughts on Wildwood, New Jersey's forthcoming anti-pants-sagging law, which is to be enacted next month. Phillebrity reports that Game, from across the country, weighed in on the new ordinance.
"I am with the sagging movement," Game told TMZ.com. "[The] first five people to get fines, I will pay their tickets ... I will go there and sag cause I am a sagging Sagittarius."
He elaborated that he feels the ordinance is a veiled form of government control. "Niggas should sag down to their socks out there. They trying to get people to not sag, please. Can’t tell people how to wear their fucking clothes. What time are we in? This ain't the fucking slave days. Fuck that."
One of Game's Black Wall Street affiliates, Nu Jerzey Devil, hails from the Garden State.
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