Rapper The Game Gets In Fist Fight With His Own Teammate In Drew League Game

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The rap game is all about proving how hard you are, like not literally you sicko, but in the figurative sense. You get more street cred for stealing a car than investing in high yield stocks overtime.

In a recent Drew League game, The Game proved that he’s harder than taking the SATs on mushrooms when he decided to get in a fist fight during the recreational game. Against his own teammate. The 38-year-old rapper squared up with his teammate, Jarion Henry, after the two were seen jawing at each other.

Another angle:

In a long-winded and recently-deleted Instagram post following the incident, The Game apologizes to Henry, who he calls his “lil brother.”

“I’m writing this sincere apology 1st & foremost to my teammate & lil brother @j_hennn for my role in our disagreement that went a lot further than it should’ve,” The Game wrote.

“I acted out of character & although as brothers for the last 7 years & one of my teammates I definitely consider family…. there are always heated moments on the court & in our locker room but it should never get to where it got to today… so again, this is my apology fam,” he added.

“Secondly, I apologize to the @drewleague commissioner ‘Dino Smiley’ as well as his daughter Chanel Smiley for how things spiraled out of control today as you know my character as of late is far better than what was demonstrated today,” he wrote.

The Game’s team went on to lose 74-72. Insult to injury.

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