Game has big plans for his upcoming reality show.
In an interview with Jenny Boom Boom TV, the Compton rapper revealed that there would be a high level of sexual activity on the show.
Apparently, the West Coast rapstar plans to heat up TV screens with this forthcoming intimate insight into his private life.
"This is the reality show that you will get as close to the Playboy Channel [as possible]. I believe in humping and doing all types of sexual activities on the show, that's just it," Game said. "It goes way deeper than [the engagement issues]. It's heartache, pain, tears, family, it's all in there."
Game also revealed that much of his incentive to do a reality show was financial.
"We got a good lil' deal, we got d*mn near a mil, so that's what really made me do it, it's that wifey kept complaining about, you know, she's a school teacher, she makes a good six figures but she wanted some more money, man, so she talked me into doing it and she got her money and didn't really care about my end. She kept most of the money and left me with about $100 grand. She got about $900 [thousand]. So yeah, that's how it happened."
Although he has always maintained a Christian faith, Game also revealed that his baptism last year has enabled him to take his faith more seriously.
The former Blood gang member said that he has managed to balance his less devout pursuits with faith and a loyalty to his family. Although, he claims, he still visits the strip club and is prepared to knock a fair few drinks back, he has begun to take faith more seriously since his baptism.
Furthermore, Game explained his feelings on the subject, and revealed that his interest in faith has influenced the title of his forthcoming album.
"I'm calling [my new album] Jesus Piece 'cause last year in August I got baptized and so I've been going to church, but I still been kinda doing me out here," Game said, during his Jenny Boom Boom TV interview. "I still love the strip club and I still smoke and drink. I'm faithful to my family, so I wanted to make an album where you could love God and be of God, but still get it poppin' in your life."
- By Fiona Guest