Game thinks women would be better off if polygamy was legal in America.
The California rapper thinks women should just wrap their head around the idea that their men will most likely cheat on them. He told "The Breakfast Club" radio show in New York that ladies should expect to physically and emotionally share their men to a certain extent.
In fact, he agreed with Charlamagne tha God’s belief that men should be allowed to have more than one wife. "I think that would be great. It would make it easier for women," said Game. "The truth is every man cheats: fat men, skinny men, basketball player, guy who can’t play, nerds, smart men. It doesn’t matter."
But has Game ever cheated on his fiancee Tiffney Cambridge? The world will never know because he wasn’t about to tell on himself. "I’m not going to throw myself under the bus on this highly syndicated radio show, but every man cheats," said Game. "A woman is better off assuming exactly what I said. You’ll be better off that way."
While the rapper never revealed whether Tiffney’s ever caught him cheating, he did acknowledge that she initially called off their engagement because of his infidelity. Anyway, he believes a woman knows when her man is fooling around with someone else. "It’s just a woman’s intuition," he said, explaining that mental alarms usually go off after a man goes missing for extended amounts of time. "When a woman wakes up at 3 o’clock in the morning and calls your phone and you don’t answer, she just knows."
But all that extra free time doesn’t mean that women should be allowed to go and do their thing. No, no. Sidepieces are strictly for men only in his view. Game argues that if a woman is anything less than 100 percent faithful to her man, she should expect to get dumped after being labeled a hoe.
"You’ll get called ‘that word,’" said Game, who admitted that he wouldn’t be very forgiving if Tiffney stepped out on him. "I would never understand. You know the balance. It’s over with. That’s how it goes."
The world will get a peek at his relationship with Tiffney when "Marrying the Game" debuts November 19. While she hasn’t made her official debut on VH1, she is hanging out with some of her network family.
"I told her I don’t know if she’s ready. She’s been hanging out with Evelyn [Lozada] and Shaunie [O'Neal]," Game revealed. He didn’t go into specifics about how close Tiffney is with the "Basketball Wives" duo, but the ladies did go out for at least one night of clubbing where they popped bottles to the tune of $15,000. It was a little too much for Tiffney to handle. "They had to split it and it was like a $5,000 split between the three of them and when she came home she was in tears and was like, ‘I don’t want to go out anymore.’"
His views on marriage and commitment aside, Game’s been up to some good deeds lately. Check out how he helped voters get to the polls when you flip through Daily Buzz 11.8.12.