The Game continues to put in work in communities by assisting a family of eight with a basic necessities.
As part of his “Yo Mama, My Mama” campaign helping mothers and families, the Compton rapper purchased $1,000 in groceries for a local family that he selected through Instagram. The first recipient was Yvette Hicks, a mother of eight who raised her children on her own after a divorce. It was her daughter Eunice who requested help with a video explaining why her mother deserved some help.
The Game explains his “Yo Mama, My Mama” initiative.
The Game and Snoop Dogg took the initiative by leading a peaceful rally to meet with the LAPD and seek to remove fear between the two parties. They also held a summit for Los Angeles gang members where Bloods and Crips came together to agree on a peace treaty to stop violence in their communities.
Even The Game’s son, Harlem Taylor, has gotten in on the movement. He started a GoFundMe campaign for an Arkansas police officer who builds relationships with Black people in the community.