The Game Loses "Born 2 Rap" Royalties and Record Label in $7 Million Court Decision

Mahlik Campbell

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The Game has suffered a steep loss in his sexual assault case.

Model Priscilla Rainey has been given ownership of The Game's independent record label Prolific Records, as well as royalties from his latest album, Born 2 Rap, per court documents gathered by AllHipHop

Rainey previously sued The Game for an alleged sexual assault incident that happened outside of the filming of She's Got Game, a VH1 reality show starring The Game. In 2016, Rainey won the case, and The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, was ordered to pay over $7 million in damages.

However, Rainey recently claimed she hadn't seen any of the money she was owed, leading to a motion requesting the seizure of The Game's income. Now, she has full control over any salary The Game was receiving through his label, which was launched in fall 2019.


In a deleted Instagram post, The Game addressed the news, claiming blogs were "creating false narratives," and shot down any rumors about his finances being in trouble. He even referenced a popular storyline from the Netflix series Tiger King.  

"I'm enjoying retirement !!!" he wrote in the caption of a video scanning over countless stacks of $100 bills. "Y'all been saying she got 7 million for 7 years & yet here I am laid up tipsy off my 5th quarantini watching Tiger King lol.... they'll find Carol Baskin's husband before she ever ever get a penny from under my car seat 🤣🤣🤣."

Interestingly, The Game's manager, Wack 100, who also manages Blueface, responded to the news on Instagram: "Last time I checked #Wack 100 owned all royalties to born to Rap. And I don’t owe the bitch a dime," he wrote.

Rainey's original lawsuit accused The Game of being "highly intoxicated on alcohol and drugs (which was typical)" upon arriving for a date the two had at a Chicago restaurant. She claimed he sexually assaulted her "on several occasions that night."

In a couple of Instagram posts, Rainey seemed to allude to this latest court decision.