Rapper The Game knows a thing or two about infidelity. He's been down that road despite being in a committed relationship. The Game and his fiancée, Tiffney Cambridge, star in an upcoming TV reality show titled 'Marrying The Game'. His cheating ways are the reasons why the show isn't titled 'Married to The Game'.
"I’m not going to throw myself under the bus... but every man cheats," said The Game in an interview with Power 105?s The Breakfast Club.
"The truth is every man cheats: fat men, skinny men, basketball player, guy who can’t play, nerds, smart men. It doesn’t matter," he added.
According to The Game, women should just accept the fact that their men are going to cheat. It would make life so much easier -- not to mention cut the divorce rate in half.
But The Game draws the line at a woman cheating on him. After all, he's a man and men are very protective of their prized possessions including their cars and their women.
For hundreds of years women knew their roles. Then the 1970s ushered in a new era of independent women who dubbed themselves "bra burners" and "suffragists." Feminists encouraged women to consider themselves a man's equal. Men fled their homes looking for love in all the wrong places. And you know the rest.
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