The Game Defends Preteen Daughter’s Outfit: ‘Before the Internet Gets to INTERNET’n…’

The Game Defends Preteen Daughter’s Outfit: ‘Before the Internet Gets to INTERNET’n…’



The rapper wasn’t shy about using his hashtag choice.

The Game

The Game poses backstage at “The Documentary” 10th anniversary party and concert on Jan. 18, 2015 in Los Angeles.

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The Game used social media to preemptively shut down critics of his 12-year-old daughter’s choice of outfit on Monday (Dec. 19).

Calilynn Dream shared a photo of her with a toddler and the rapper wrote, “Please tell the LORD to help …..” She was only 2 years old, like a week ago ….. Now my baby is 12 years old, growing up & it won’t stop.”

The first photo shows the preteen in a strappy, silver dress and furry, white coat. The Game quickly put all trolls out of their place. “[DISCLAIMER: before the internet get to INTERNET’n, me & her mother both agreed to let her do her make up for the young & beautiful @the_combs_twins sweet 16 birthday party],” he wrote, explaining that the grown-up party dress was for a special occasion celebrating Diddy’s daughters Jessie and D’Lila Combs. (He also added the hilariously protective hashtag “#YesIWillDieOrDoLifeInPrisonOverHerWithoutThinkinOrBlinkin” just to really drive his point home. )

His daughter is getting older, but The Game continues to advance his long-standing career. In August, he released Drillmatic — Heart vs. Mind, which included the 10-minute Eminem diss track “The Black Slim Shady” as well as collabs with Kanye West (controversial single “Eazy”), Fivio Foreign (“Burnin’ Checks”), Chloe Bailey, Chris Brown and Cassie (“Universal Love”) and more.

At the time, he and executive producer Hit-Boy sat down with Billboard for an exclusive interview, discussing how Nas’ classic Illmatic inspired the album title and revealing Amy Winehouse as his dream collaborator.

Below is The Game’s parental warning.

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