Chelsea Lauren/WireImageThe Game spoke at an anti-violence meeting at a South Los Angeles community center Sunday attended by hundreds, including gang members.
Saying he was hoping that the streets could become safer for his 5-year-old daughter to walk when she’s older, the rapper, whose birth name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, said, “Your life should mean more to you,” according to the Los Angeles Times. “Your life should mean more to you than what you’re showing.”
The Game had extended an invitation on Instagram for the “Time To Unite: United Hoods + Gangs Nation” event.
Among the other speakers was Nation of Islam Minister Tony Muhammad, an organizer of the meeting, which came in the wake of recent high-profile shootings against black men and police officers in the country, as well as the killing of The Game’s foster brother.
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