The Game's best quotes show surprising and unexpected maturity as well as introspection and reflection from a man some would dismiss as just a famous rapper. The Game already has two number one albums that each debuted at the top spot on the Billboard 200 to his credit. While he's no role model–on account of the fact that he's been arrested repeatedly–he sure has some memorable quotes.
- "Real situations and real problems can be solved with real talk." Probably the most sensible statement that can be attributed to The Game, this quote shows basic common sense and even a slight, philosophical angle to this rapper's attitude of how he sees things in the world. While some other rappers would be quick to pull out a gun instead of resorting to mere, real talk, The Game shows good perspective and insight with this assertion. Now, if he can only practice this as well as he preaches it in his own life, then maybe he would not get arrested so often!
- "Me, myself, I'm not a star. I'm just a regular guy who has a great rap album and is the protege of Dr. Dre. But I'm the most down-to-earth guy." This quote by The Game shows him expressing some sentiments that are close to sounding mature. When many rappers would easily (and really do) get caught up in all their so-called bling, fast women and even faster cars, The Game at least appears to have a foot grounded in reality and realizes that humility is a hallmark value to have in the game of life.
- "New York is my second home, but LA is my first." A quote by The Game that sheds light on his West Coast roots, this revelation confirms he is still true to his background, which saw him being raised in the mean streets of Compton. While other rappers may get swayed with the ritzy and elitist life of New York City, especially when they become somewhat famous, The Game likes to keep in touch with his homeboys. That, or he just likes the weather in Los Angeles!
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