The Game GOES IN On His Ex Tiffney About Being Kept Away From His Kids – “What Lie You Gone Tell When Their Daddy Aint There?”

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The Game Posts Message About His Ex Fiancee Keeping Him Away From Their Kids

The break up between West Coast rapper The Game and his former fiance Tiffney Cambridge is getting uglier by the day, with Tiffney filing a restraining order against him shortly following reports of a domestic violence incident between the two of them surfaced earlier this week.

To add to the mayhem and offer more insight from his perspective, The Game took to his Instagram with a lengthy message slamming Tiffney for no longer allowing him to see their two children.

The message read:

“Doing the best I can not to break. But it’s funny how someone you’ve done so much for can be so ugly & cruel as to keep my children away from me vindictively because I’ve decided to move on with my life. I love all 3 of my kids more than life itself and it’s one thing to keep me away from them and them away from me. But @harlemcarontaylor hasn’t seen his younger brother or sister in a month & just text me “Dad, how come Justice can’t come to my house” & I have to lie to him because he’s too young to understand the real reason why. I know they ask about me, I know they love me & I know they miss me as much as I miss them but we’re not allowed to see each other & for what??? As if I haven’t been there for them every day since they were born. They are the only reason I are about breathing another day on earth. They are the sole reason I have become a better person. They are the reason I give back, the reason I help people & the reason I wake up everyday with a smile on my face.”

He continued his message by shaming Tiffney for keeping him from his kids when there are so many single mothers in the world who would love to have their kids’ fathers in their life but don’t. Peep the rest of his rant on the flip.

“Most importantly, they are MY CHILDREN & we deserve to be in each other’s lives forever. What jibndof rson would get in the middle of someone’s devoted fatherhood whem there are countless women out here that are raising these children on their own with no one to help. You would think a father that loves his children the way I do would be the keast bit appreciated & not have to beg someone to see his own children. I have worked so hard at being a good parent only to have it taken away by someone who cares not about me, nor the welface of our children but nly about themselves. All of this just so you can keep me away from Justice on his birthday. What lie y’all gone tell em’ when his Daddy aint there? Like I have been the past 6 birthdays? The past 6 Christmas’s?The past 6 years of a sons lie whom got his name from a father that patiently awaitd his arrival here into this world??? & Cali….I’m not even done start….I will end this by saying…Daddy loves you…Misses you…. & will always be here no matter what happens. I am a REAL FATHER.”

The Instagram post has since mysteriously disappeared from his page, however, Tiffney continues to stand by her claims that Jayceon laid hands on her and insists that the truth will still come to light.

Hopefully these two can figure something out for the sake of these young children who have had both parents in their lives up until this point. Children shouldn’t have to bear the burden of adults being unable to work through their relationship issues.

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    Reblogged this on iAMFeliciaRenee' and commented:
    This is a never ending story with The Game and Tiffany. I’m hoping they can get it together for the sake of the kids.

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