The Game Is Being Sued For $8,500...By A Burger Company

Rapper Jayceon Terrell Taylor aka 'The Game' is seen out in Calabasas, CA.
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The Game Is Being Sued For $8,500...By A Burger Company

He took "dine and ditch" to a whole new level.

Published August 31, 2017

It doesn’t seem like The Game would need to “dine and ditch,” but apparently we guessed wrong. The Cali rapper was recently slapped with a lawsuit after he reportedly tried to dodge paying a $8,500 bill at a local burger joint (yes, a burger restaurant), TMZ reports.

According to reps at Big D’s Burgers, Game hired the burger company to cater his events on two separate occasions, one of which was a Fourth of July party. For the Independence Day bash, Game allegedly requested catering for 250 attendees, but the rep claims at least 450 people showed up, forcing the restaurant to provide even more munchies.

In addition to supplying hundreds of guests, the source alleges Game also asked the company to supply alcohol and cleaning supplies, which wasn’t part of the deal, according TMZ. And when it came time for Game to fork over the money, he pulled an “I.O.U.,” promising to wire the money to the company the next day. The next day came and went however and Bid D’s hasn’t seen the money yet.

While Big D’s is seeking $8,500, which would cover the food, resources and extra leg work, Game is reportedly claiming the lawsuit is completely bogus. The rapper’s manager, Wack 100, claims Game and Big D’s never signed a contract regarding the catering events and, in turn, Game thought the party was being catered for free. There are probably very few restaurants that would supply food and cleaning services for parties of 450 guests without expecting some compensation for it. But if that’s the explanation Game wants to go with, he’ll just have to see if that excuse holds up in court.

Written by Jessica McKinney

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