A Guide to Game's Tattoos

Take a look at some of the rapper's most infamous ink.

A Map of His Past - Compton-born rapper Game is perhaps known as much for his tattoos as he is for his music. Keep reading for a look at the Grammy-nominated MC's most infamous ink. By: Britt Middleton  (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

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A Map of His Past - Compton-born rapper Game is perhaps known as much for his tattoos as he is for his music. Keep reading for a look at the Grammy-nominated MC's most infamous ink. By: Britt Middleton (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

Trayvon Martin - Game recently unveiled his new tattoo commemorating the memory of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teenager shot dead by George Zimmerman last February. A father himself, the rapper had been a vocal supporter for the Martin family during Zimmerman's trial.   (Photo: The Game via Instagram)

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Trayvon Martin - Game recently unveiled his new tattoo commemorating the memory of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teenager shot dead by George Zimmerman last February. A father himself, the rapper had been a vocal supporter for the Martin family during Zimmerman's trial. (Photo: The Game via Instagram)

Compton - Hailing from Compton, California, Game paid tribute to his city by stamping its name across his abdomen. Just below it, the rapper has the album cover of Dr. Dre's The Chronic, perhaps a nod to when Dre served as his mentor early on in his career.  (Photo: The Game via Instagram)

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Compton - Hailing from Compton, California, Game paid tribute to his city by stamping its name across his abdomen. Just below it, the rapper has the album cover of Dr. Dre's The Chronic, perhaps a nod to when Dre served as his mentor early on in his career. (Photo: The Game via Instagram)

Nate Dogg - Tribute art appears to be among the rapper's favorite styles. His collection includes a portrait of late Cali crooner Nate Dogg.  (Photo: The Game via Instagram)

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Nate Dogg - Tribute art appears to be among the rapper's favorite styles. His collection includes a portrait of late Cali crooner Nate Dogg. (Photo: The Game via Instagram)

President Obama - Even President Obama has gotten a shout out from the rapper!  He recently had a portrait of Obama's face tattooed on his chest. (Photo: SamboSliceBeats via YouTube)

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President Obama - Even President Obama has gotten a shout out from the rapper!  He recently had a portrait of Obama's face tattooed on his chest. (Photo: SamboSliceBeats via YouTube)

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N.W.A. Logo - On the right side of his chest, Game shows off the trailblazing rap group's logo.  (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

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N.W.A. Logo - On the right side of his chest, Game shows off the trailblazing rap group's logo. (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

Butterfly and LA Dodgers Logo - In 2005, Game inked a small butterfly beneath his right eye to symbolize "new life," he said. Since then, he's had it covered with the logo of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, representing his Los Angeles-area roots, and later added a red star behind it.  (Photos: Peter Kramer/Getty Images; Terrence Jennings/PictureGroup)

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Butterfly and LA Dodgers Logo - In 2005, Game inked a small butterfly beneath his right eye to symbolize "new life," he said. Since then, he's had it covered with the logo of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, representing his Los Angeles-area roots, and later added a red star behind it. (Photos: Peter Kramer/Getty Images; Terrence Jennings/PictureGroup)

Chuck Taylor - Paying homage to his rap alias, Chuck Taylor, Game (born Jayceon Terrell Taylor) has the logo for Converse All-Stars sneakers drawn on his neck.  (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

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Chuck Taylor - Paying homage to his rap alias, Chuck Taylor, Game (born Jayceon Terrell Taylor) has the logo for Converse All-Stars sneakers drawn on his neck. (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

"G-Unot" - A former member of G-Unit, the Games' feud with 50 Cent led him to cut ties with the group in 2005. As a permanent reminder of the split, Game changed his G-Unit tattoo to read "G-Unot."  (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

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"G-Unot" - A former member of G-Unit, the Games' feud with 50 Cent led him to cut ties with the group in 2005. As a permanent reminder of the split, Game changed his G-Unit tattoo to read "G-Unot." (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)