Teacher And Author Tells Of Her Surprise That The Game’s Song “Dedicated,” Is About Their Relationship
After being in a relationship with The Game for more than a decade and starring in their reality show, Tiffney Cambridge was probably used to details of her private life coming out.
But even she was taken aback by her ex’s new song with Future, “Dedicated,” where he raps about the their love, its demise and how he struggles with the idea that their two kids are around other men.
“S**t, we was Nicki and Meek just a week ago,” The Game raps. “Gave you everything, the watch, the house, the cards. Tatted your passport and now you wanna see me low. Wanna take my p***y, give it to the next n***a free.”
Cambridge said The Game – born Jayceon Taylor – played the song for her before it was released on his new album, “The Documentary II.”
“I was surprised,” Cambridge told BOSSIP. “Just his insights on the situation. Sometimes it’s hard to get men to open up and talk about their feelings.”
The mom of two said she thought the song was a bit much, but insisted that as long as The Game was happy, she was OK with it.
“To hear his thoughts on me moving on and him moving on and the consequences of us not being together,” Cambridge said. “It was a weird moment for me.”
Although their reality show “Marrying The Game,” chronicled the couple as they planned their wedding, they called off their nuptials and last year broke up for good. Cambridge said she’s moved on, focusing on her kids – her son, Justice, just started playing football – her children’s divorce book, “The Little Girl Who Lost Her Smile,” and her work as a breast cancer prevention advocate.
“Breakups are hard,” she said. “They’re difficult. And Jayceon and I had been together for almost 11 years. We invested a lot of ourselves into this relationship…But I think some things are necessary. I think there are seasons.”
The Game was later linked to Khloe Kardashian and teen Instagram model India Love before taking his search for love back to reality TV with “She’s Got Game.” Cambridge said neither she nor her kids watch the show, and she hasn’t given up on her own search.
“I’m exploring my options,” she said. “Let’s just say I’m interviewing and taking applications.”