Game Takes Back Seized $40,000, Ends Infatuation With Britney Spears

ImageA court ruled yesterday (Nov. 14) The Game will get $40,000 that was seized by the government.


He won a motion that was filed to retrieve the money, which was seized from his Glendale home last May, according to TMZ.

Game (born Jayceon Taylor) is being accused of making criminal threats, possessing a firearm in a school zone, and exhibiting a firearm in the presence of an officer; all the result of an incident that took place at South L.A.'s Rita Walters Educational Learning Complex on February 24. The Game pled guilty to all charges in September.

The entertainment news cameras caught up with the West Coast emcee as he was leaving court. The first thing the rapper apparently wanted to do after leaving his motion hearing was announce that his infatuation with fallen pop princess Britney Spears is over.

"Naw, I'm over Britney. I seen a picture where she had some extensions in her hair and some fishnet stockings with like Wonder Woman panties. I don't know where she was coming from or where she was going, but she wasn't coming to my house with that on," Game told the cameras. "I'm breaking up with Britney."

The rapper also gave a quick tour of his new candy red flatbed truck, with red and black leather seats with "The Game" monogrammed into the headrests.

"I'm gonna start my own landscaping business," he said. "I really deal with like sunflowers and tulips, daisies ... I don't do roses."

Amid other ramblings, he did offer his condolences to Kanye West for the loss of the Louis Vuitton Don's mom just last week.

Game and Ye collaborated on "Wouldn't Get Far," among other songs

He said Donda West was "one of those mothers that's always around. Kanye's in the studio, his mom's there ... to lose somebody like that is catastrophic."

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