Over time, The Game has increasingly shared different messages and advice to his millions of fans on social media about life.
Yesterday (July 13), the 43-year-old revealed uploaded a meme in regards to friendships in today’s society, including the pressure placed on them. “Y’all put too much pressure on friends,” the meme read on his Instagram Story. “We are all grown now. If a friend can’t make it, they can’t make it. If you ain’t talked to your friend in two weeks, that’s okay!”
It continued, “If they got to sit out of your birthday festivities because money funny, that’s okay! We [are] grown now, got kids, husbands/boyfriends, wives/girlfriends, and careers. It’s just not enough time in a day to give your man, kids, customers/clients, work, friends, siblings, etc. 100 percent and still be mentally stable. We are at an age now where it’s when we see each other; we see each other. When we do, be present and love on each other during that time.”
In other posts, the “Hate It Or Love It” performer has shared memes on romantic partnerships and how to treat others. “Never disrespect someone with a good heart who made sure you were good when no one else was there,” The Game posted on IG.
“If I love you, I’ll go 50/50 with you or 70/30 on the days you need me to. S**t, I’ll go 99/1 and hold it all together for us if I have to. Just know I’m not quitting on your ever,” another quote read.
Outside of sharing relatable messages, the award-winning rapper has been enjoying the fruitions of 10 years-plus in the music industry. On June 29, he shared behind-the-scenes photos from his time as Monica’s love interest for her latest single, “Letters.” “They said, ‘Make it make sense’…. I said, ‘No problem,'” he captioned his online post.
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