The Super Bowl halftime show with American Music superstars is is undoubtedly one of the historic moments to remain forever but no in the books of The Game.
The Game isn’t a happy man at all as he believes he was totally snubbed from gracing the star studded event.
He detailed it all in a snippet from an upcoming episode of the I Am Athlete podcast, which premiered on YouTube on Saturday.
“The real reason I wasn’t on the Super Bowl [halftime show] is because I’m not a safe artist,” he told co-hosts Brandon Marshall, Pacman Jones and Nick ” Swaggy P” Young. “They went with the safe artists.”
The Game went on to say that since the halftime show was in California, it should have been only West Coast artists gracing the stage.
“We on the West Coast are the only motherfuckers who have this crab-in-a-barrel mentality, where we wanna keep niggas down. Snoop Dogg was there because he’s safe and he’s a legend,” he stated. “Snoop is icon. Dre is icon. Em is an icon, but Em is not from L.A. 50 is not from L.A. I’m not taking away from the fact that they were on the Super Bowl, but L.A. niggas wouldn’t have been in the Detroit Super Bowl or New York Super Bowl. It just wouldn’t have happened.”
“The fucking Rams was in the Super Bowl, bro” he continued. “L.A., L.A., L.A. all around the Super Bowl and I didn’t get the call. I was hurt by that.”