“Our Friendship Doesn’t Waver” – The Game Speaks As Kanye West Supports His Los Angeles Concert

Famous singer, Jayceon Terrell Taylor, 42, known professionally as The Game has talked about his friendship with Kanye West after the latter joined him on stage to deliver a great performance.

Recall that The Game’s concert took place at Novo in Los Angeles on Friday night.

The event was held in celebration of his upcoming 10th album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind.

During the concert, Kanye West joined The Game on stage to perform their collaborative single “Eazy” for the first time.

After the performance, The Game spoke about his relationship with the West, calling him his “brother.”

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“This is the first time that I’ve been on my stage with my brother, man,” The Game, said as he signaled to West, “I’m gonna tell you something about him. He ain’t come to perform no songs — he was clear about that.

He came for his brother. He told me how he was coming, he told me he was gonna be three minutes late and that he might show up in the middle of the verse because he’s got s— to do.”

He also told West he could come “at the end of the show” just to “give him a hug” because he loves him.

Note that The Game and West released “Eazy” in January and this is Kanye’s first performance on stage since his Donda 2 performance experience in February.

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