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The Game Says He Was Racially Profiled By Being Pulled Over
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 02.07.2014



The Game says that he was pulled over by police in Los Angeles and searched simply because he's black. TMZ reports that the rapper told them that he was pulled over for talking on his cell phone but wasn't, and that he was told to get out of the car or he would be arrested. He claims that they then searched his car without permission.

He added that once the police were done (and came up empty) he was cited for expired tags with the car being impounded. Police sources say that Game was in fact talking on his cell phone and that the search was a standard thing to do before impounding the car for the expired tags.





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