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The Game Cancels Wedding, Reality Show, Rapper 'Just Didn't Get Along' With Fiancée

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By Benge Nsenduluka, CP Reporter
July 20, 2012|12:03 pm

Jayceon Terrell Taylor, known as "The Game," recently called off his much-hyped wedding less than one week after agreeing to film the event for a new reality TV show.

The 32-year-old rapper reportedly spent half a million dollars on the wedding preparations to marry his long-time girlfriend and baby's mother Tiffney Cambridge and nixed the whole thing on Thursday because "it just didn't work out," according to S2S Magazine.

"[They] just didn't get along," a source told S2S.

While the pair have yet to confirm their split, they did confirm the cancellation of their wedding in a brief statement posted on their website.

"We regret to inform you that the wedding of Tiffney Cambridge & Jayceon Taylor has been cancelled," the post read.

Shortly after news of the wedding cancellation broke, The Game posted cryptic tweets on social networking site Twitter which suggests that he was still hurting over the situation.

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"When LIFE throws you lemons…. Squeeze em' & mix em with Patron." The Game tweeted.

The popular rapper had teamed up with 51 Minds Entertainment to create the potential new reality TV series.

The show was set to focus on his decision to marry Cambridge along with the usual drama surrounding celebrity wedding preparations.

The Game proposed to Cambridge after seven years together in October 2011 and spoke about their rocky relationship.

"As a man, this is that day where you throw your player card away and you kinda gotta step up and be a family man, and she deserves it. It's been a long run, and we've been together at least seven years," he told MTV.

"We've been off, we've been on, we've been arguing, we fought. We had good times and bad times, and I think that at the end of the day, as a man, this is something that I owed to her and I owed to my family, so it was time," he added.

 

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