By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
The Compton rapper was no help in a sit down with their wedding planner when he suggested that his lady walk down the aisle to “Don’t Drop That (Dun Dun Dun)” instead of the bridal march and calling her friends “old ladies.” “Sometimes dealing with Jayceon is like dealing with a child,” whined Tiffney.
During the menu planning portion of the sit down, the rapper then called Breeze (owner of a strip club) on speed dial and asked if he could cater “chicken and scrimp” as well as deliver the girl “with the horse legs.” “Have her dress up like a chicken,” he laughed. Yes. That happened.
The Game reveals that much of his stress comes from the lack of sex he’s been having since wedding planning has begun. It doesn’t help that his deadbeat friends continue to crash at his house and keep eating the Apple Jacks and food, much to Tiff’s chagrin. “My necessities are no where to be found,” Game complains and tries to motivate Tiff to the go to the grocery store by throwing one dollar bills at her and making it rain. And they say chivalry is dead!
Tiff tries to hold her on by leaving Jayceon with a cinnamon roll and a tall glass of milk for breakfast but Game responds angrily, “You had time finding you a dress” but couldn’t cook breakfast and then walks out of their engagement party. Game’s family and friends do their best to calm him down outside, until finally he’s able to suck it up and return to the festivities, making his fiancée happy.
Don’t ever serve this man cinnamon rolls and milk.