But one red-headed white female participant sparked a flurry of angry tweets when she explained she was not attracted to a black man because of his nose.'His nose looks like it’s flaring too much,' before she added, 'You know when people are angry?He’s flaring and pouting.'Shocked viewers took to social media with one saying: 'Is Love Racist has me fuming, racism is alive and well!“S**t, we was Nicki and Meek just a week ago,” The Game raps.“Gave you everything, the watch, the house, the cards. Wanna take my p***y, give it to the next n***a free.” Cambridge said The Game – born Jayceon Taylor – played the song for her before it was released on his new album, “The Documentary II.” “I was surprised,” Cambridge told BOSSIP. Sometimes it’s hard to get men to open up and talk about their feelings.” The mom of two said she thought the song was a bit much, but insisted that as long as The Game was happy, she was OK with it.In a statement, Viacom accused Taylot of attempting to “shift the burden of his damages” from Rainey’s lawsuit.” “In November 2016, a jury ordered Mr.Taylor to pay more than million as a result of his actions against a former contestant of an unscripted television series produced by a third party,” Viacom told The Wrap.The rapper has slapped Viacom with a million lawsuit, over a contestant on his VH1 reality dating series “She’s Got Game” who had a “long and violent criminal history” prior to being cast on the series.In the suit, the rapper — real name: Jayceon Terrell Taylor — says that Priscilla Rainey was allowed on the show despite a doctor cautioning about her volatile past.
But even she was taken aback by her ex’s new song with Future, “Dedicated,” where he raps about the their love, its demise and how he struggles with the idea that their two kids are around other men.
Last month, rumors sparked that Game and Apryl might be an item after the rapper Snapchatted footage of Apryl and some of her friends casually partying at a home on ‘Taco Tuesday’.
If you think your dating life is complicated, perhaps The Game can provide some perspective with a new lawsuit he’s filed against Viacom.
Needless to say, Viacom disputes that it should be in anyway held liable for Taylor’s alleged misconduct.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, it says in its response: “It is absurd for Taylor to claim that Viacom’s alleged approval of Rainey being cast on the programme is the proximate cause of the jury’s verdict against him for allegedly sexually assaulting her”.