Celebrating his 44th birthday this week, The Game, the seasoned Compton rap veteran, delivered an emotional speech during an intimate gathering, showcasing his deep connection with his daughter, Cali Dream Taylor.
Opting for an intimate celebration, The Game expressed, “I kept it intimate because I wanted it to be like this. I know a million people, but I invited people I really wanted to see that I knew had good energy so we here,” as captured in a video of his heartfelt speech.
Pointing affectionately towards Cali, The Game added, “Everybody that know me know it’s her for me, every single time,” his voice briefly tinged with emotion, almost shedding a sentimental tear.
Acknowledging his son with equal warmth, The Game declared, “I don’t give a f**k. I love you, boy. We gon’ pause, unpause.” Alongside his spoken tribute, The Game marked his 44th birthday on Instagram, sharing snapshots, including one featuring him seated next to a red cake adorned with the phrase “Happy Worst Day,” a nod to Biggie’s iconic “Juicy” lyric.
The rapper garnered additional birthday love from his peers in the Hip Hop community, with notable figures such as Ludacris, E-40, DJ Premier, and more expressing their well-wishes in the comments section.
This emotional birthday celebration echoes The Game’s previous heartfelt message to Cali on her 13th birthday in August, emphasizing the strong father-daughter bond that he cherishes deeply.