Another day, another pair of celebrity friends breaking social distancing rules and putting it on social media. Rapper The Game and actor Kevin Hart apparently live close together in Calabasas and the comedian dropped by Game’s home to initiate a trade – his motorcycle for Game’s Lamborghini. Oh, these two!
The Game’s had his own share of issues lately so he might need to hold onto that Lambo a bit longer for himself, just in case he needs some cash. The rapper recently suffered a huge loss in court in an ongoing case that he’s been caught up in.
Priscilla Rainey went back to court and was ultimately awarded $7,130,100 after The Game failed to appear in court. But according to Rainey, the rapper has not paid a single dime in the years since she received the judgement. She eventually went on to file a motion requesting the seizure of The Game’s income. And she got that, too.
Rainey has been granted ownership of The Game’s independent record label Prolific Records, as well as royalties from his latest album, Born to Rap. This means Rainey now has full control over any salary The Game was receiving through his imprint, which was launched in fall 2019.
Despite, the major loss, The Game seems to be unbothered, after showing off his generosity and giving away $20,00 to four lucky fans.
Last month, The Game took to Instagram to announce he was collaborating with Go Giveaways to bless and offering cash prizes. “Check it out, I’m giving away twenty-thousand dollars to four people… everybody in the house. Everybody can use some extra cash, man. All you gotta do is follow @gogiveaways_official right now on the Gram.”
In order to enter fans have to complete multiple tasks including following all 80 of the pages that Go Giveaways are following on Instagram, sharing the post to their Insta Story, and tagging one of their friends in the comments.
Speaking of being unbothered, comedian Kevin Hart stopped by The Game’s home while the rapper was having his Lambo detailed. The Game shared a video of Hart attempting to negotiate trading the Lambo for his motorcycle.
“When ya neighbors come over unannounced to borrow sugar lol,” wrote The Game on Instagram, sharing the video of Hart pulling up on a flashy motorcycle and bartering a trade for Game’s Lamborghini.
“I ain’t got much… I just pull up. That’s how I do,” replies Hart. Apparently, the comedian/actor was nice enough to bring by some extra gloves and masks to ensure his neighbor stays safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Maybe Kevin Hart should give his friend Game some advice. Hart just got out of a legal case that amounted to $60 million dollars. After initially filing the suit in 2019, Montia Sabbag – who “appeared” with Kevin Hart in a tape that Hart and Sabbag claimed didn’t know was being recorded – has had the latest version of her case thrown out.
Though it was discovered that one of Kevin’s friends had set him up, Sabbag pursued her case regardless. In the end, a California judge ordered all claims against the comedian to be dismissed.
Kevin and his wife, Eniko have put the past behind them and are now looking to the future with baby #2 on the way. A couple of months ago, the couple announced the pregnancy, which was followed by a gender reveal On Mother’s Day.
“This Mother’s Day God has blessed us with another baby girl, this pregnancy felt the exact same I could’ve sworn we were having another boy. I literally screamed, laughed, and cried when we found out this time around because she & Kenzo are what I’ve always prayed for” the post continued.