The Game Faces Arrest If He Ever Steps Into New York After Threatening Radio Personality
The Game is in trouble with the law and he might not even know it. New York police plan to arrest the Compton rhymer if he ever steps foot in the Big Apple.
According to the New York Post, cops are investigating threats the Game made to former radio personality Star (of Star and Buckwild fame). The “How We Do” rapper appeared on Power 105's The Breakfast Club and threatened to assault him for dissing his good friend DJ Envy.
“I told him, ‘I’ll break your jaw, dude.’ Envy is my dog,” he said. “I’m still gonna break his jaw when I see him.”
Star, whose real name is Troi Torain, heard about the threats and addressed the issue on his SHOT97 YouTube show (watch below). The 50-year-old host is now considering legal action against iHeart Radio and Revolt TV.
Star also reportedly informed the police about Game's threats. He added that the 35-year-old rapper is just mad he didn’t want to interview him during his stint on terrestrial radio back in the days.
“I passed on letting Game come on my show, and that’s what Game’s tight about," he said on his vlog. "The fact the hater, Star, rejected him... I just felt the Game was a f---ing hothead."
Attorney for the Game had no comment on the matter.
Watch Star's Response to Game's Alleged Threats (Part 1)
Watch Star's Response to Game's Alleged Threats (Part 2)