The Game Weighs In on Usher: 'Let That Man Live'

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The Game Weighs In on Usher: 'Let That Man Live'

"Stop tryna tear n****s down with all this maybe bogus s**t."

Published July 25, 2017

Social media has been buzzing since news broke that Usher allegedly infected at least two women with genital herpes. But if you ask The Game, everyone should just mind their own business. The Compton rapper hopped into the comments section on Instagram on July 25 to let the critics know they can keep their opinions and gossip to themselves.

“Stop tryna tear n****s down with all this maybe bogus s**t,” he wrote on Instagram. “Jane Doe this, Jane Doe that. A week ago everybody were Usher fans, now because of a health condition he may or may not have, it f**k Usher, stay away from him. His wife should’ve done this, etc…” The “Jesus Piece” rapper also criticized haters for having the nerve to come at Usher before they even tended to their own physical hygiene. “Half the people commenting in here ain’t even took a shower or brush they teeth this morning yet & got dirty d**ks & fish market smellin’ vaginas tryna weigh in on somebody else’s life. Foh & let this man live bruh,” Game added.

The Game is the latest celeb to come forward today in Usher’s defense. Earlier, Joe Budden shared his thoughts about the ATL singer’s potential health crisis, suggesting that it wasn’t as big of a deal as everyone was making it out to be. “All these n****s got herpes,” Budden said on the most recent episode of Everyday Struggle.

Maybe The Game was onto something. Fans probably shouldn’t gossip, especially when they have no clue what’s really going on behind closed doors. But according to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Usher previously paid a woman $1.1 million in 2012 after knowingly infecting her. So it’s really hard to reason with the idea that he paid for something he didn’t do. But that’s neither here nor there. Usher has not spoken on the situation as of yet, but seeing how another woman is suing him for $20 million for allegedly contracting the virus from him, it’s only a matter of time before the public gets a statement.

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Written by Jessica McKinney

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