Way back in 2006, rapper the Game got engaged to Valeisha Butterfield, the daughter of Congressman G.K. Butterfield. Sadly, the two never made it to the alter, calling off the wedding a little more than six months before it was scheduled to take place. Now, six years later, the musician has found himself in the exact same position, though this time, it was a whole lot closer to the date of the nuptials.
The Game and Tiffney Cambridge were supposed to exchange vows on July 28th, but earlier this week, something happened and the two cancelled the big day. According to TMZ, the ceremony was going to be taped for a reality show, but that, like the relationship, is now off the table. Here’s what the rapper had to say via his Twitter…
The thirty-two-year-old also apologized to his family and friends for any plans they may have made. Given that no one has spoken publically on the exact cause of the break-up, it’s unlikely either party will do so in the future. Pop Blend’s thoughts go out to both The Game and Tiffney as they each attempt to move on apart. They clearly had strong feelings for one another, but sometimes love isn’t enough.
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