Monday, December 25, 2006

The Game: 'Tour Life Sends Me Insane'.


Rapper The Game finds it difficult to contain his anger when on tour, because being on the road is too "claustrophobic" for him.

The Game - real name Jayceon Taylor - admits he sometimes physically assaults member of his entourage as a result.

He tells MTV.com, "Being on the bus is like being in a prison on wheels, man.

"It's nothing like being at home. You could be on here for 24 hours, confined in this little space and you start getting claustrophobic and when I start getting mad I just start pulling people out of their bunk and kicking them in the face and s**t.

"Life on the road, you got to be ready for it, and a lot of people don't know that. They think that being a rapper all you got to do is write a 16 (bar sequence), write a hook and then you in the video - you get the chains, you get the girls.

"But it ain't like that, it's a lot of hard work."


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow, what a lil punk. I tell you these days the people who walk around claiming to be thugs are so full of it.

Claustrophobia is something a person needs therapy for. Thugs and therapy are like oil and water. Its just not street mentality to go flipping out over dumb shit like this, and really not hot to take it out on the people supporting you/working with or for you. Go get a therapist, aight, sit on the nice soft leather sofa and GET A GRIP.

The Game is LAME!