Here's Another Reminder Not to Talk About The Game's Children

Jayceon Terrell Taylor aka "The Game" arrives  the Universal Pictures And Legendary Pictures premiere of "Straight Outta Compton" on August 10, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.    AFP PHOTO / VALERIE MACON        (Photo credit should read VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)

Here's Another Reminder Not to Talk About The Game's Children

The proud father claps back against a hater.

Published March 6, 2017

In the age of Instagram, sometimes fans can all too easily forget that even celebrities with massive followings can be just as likely to be defensive in the comments section as anyone else.

Although The Game's Instagram page boasts over seven million followers actively engaging with his content, whenever he does catch wind of someone being a hater regarding his personal life, he lets it known that such commentary is not welcome on his social media pages.

Earlier this afternoon (Mar. 6), The Game took a moment to express how proud he is of his 6-year-old daughter, Cali, who recently participated in New York's Petite Parade, a biannual runway experience for kids interested in fashion.

As the Game got emotional congratulating his daughter for her recent success, one user tried to discredit his baby girl's accomplishments.

"She only gets the chance to do all this because [you're] famous.. Sad really," the Instagram comment that caught the rapper's eye read. 

Naturally, The Game wasn't about to let that one slide by unaddressed.

"B***h, you hatin on a baby that has worked very hard to get where she is !!!!!" Game wrote, clapping back at the fan. "There are still [a lot] of people in the child fashion industry that have no idea who Cali's father is... my daughter attends school all week & then flies across country to work her butt off on weekends & will not let some grown dust monkey thot tear away at her accomplishments.."

Yup, they tried it.

Take a look at the Game's full clapback in the screengrab below.

Now ya'll know #TheGame does not play when it comes to his children #ClapbackSeason

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Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)


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