Chris Brown Associate Denies Vandalizing Game’s Ride

WANTAGH, NY - AUGUST 30: Chris Brown poses with a commemorative plaque celebrating him being named an MC Icon and being the top artist of all time on Music Choice On Demand at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on August 30, 2015 in Wantagh, New York.  This recognition honors his career achievements and the substantial impact he has had on Music Choice fans since his first album in 2005.  (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for Music Choice)

Chris Brown Associate Denies Vandalizing Game’s Ride

Breezy's homie "Wackstar" hits back at Compton rapper's allegations.

Published September 8, 2015

The man who spent a portion of the Labor Day holiday arguing with Game on Instagram denies any involvement in vandalizing one of the Compton rapper’s luxury rides. 

"I wasn't even aware of that incident that took place,” the man, who goes by “Wackstar,” told TMZ today. “I get blamed for everything." 

Game put up surveillance footage showing the suspect damaging his property and went on to implicate Wackstar during an Instagram argument that involved Chris Brown.  


In the thick of the social media spat yesterday, Game accused Wackstar of masterminding a robbery at Brown’s house, which he also denies.

Wackstar, who is a friend of Brown’s and an apparent former friend to Game, wants to make it crystal clear that he had nothing to do with either incident.

According to Wackstar, Game is upset that he gave Breezy a “Compton hood pass,” but he doesn’t want any trouble with the “100” rapper because he has "love for him.” is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

Written by Latifah Muhammad


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