The Game (via Instagram)

The Game took to the streets of Instagram and delivered a TED Talk after he was noticeably absent when the West Coast pulled up for Kendrick Lamar’s “The Pop Out: Ken & Friends” concert on Juneteenth.

The 44-year-old Compton rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, went live on Instagram to get a few things off of his chest.

Game is feeling some type of way after social media began clowning him for riding with Drake and missing out on one of the biggest nights in the history of West Coast Hip Hop. 

The Game went on a long-winded rant about his achievements in Hip Hop, how he’s helped others (like Kendrick Lamar) when they were on the come-up, and how he will not allow anyone to downplay his contributions to West Coast Hip Hop.

Game gave “the homie” Kendrick Lamar his flowers saying what he did with “The Pop Out” was amazing. 

However, while discussing his relationship with Drake, he called him his “brother.” 

The Game said if he calls Drake in need October’s Very Own will look out for him…down to giving his kids concert tickets. 

“My loyalty is with MF that’s loyal to me!” 

Watch a clip from The Game’s TED Talk below.

The irony here is that The Game dropped diss tracks aimed at Rick Ross in defense of Drake.

Yet, Rozay was in the building, turning up at Kendrick’s concert, while The Game was watching his peers from home.

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