The legal team that represented the Game in a 2007 gun case is accusing the Compton star of reneging on over $30,000 in attorney fees.
The Game (Jayceon Taylor) was charged with possession of a firearm in a school zone and making a criminal threat to a basketball player. The individual was on an opposing team when both were playing at South LA’s Rita Walters Educational Learning Complex.
The rapper also allegedly punched the victim and threatened to shoot him after retrieving the gun from his vehicle.
After posting a $50,000 bond, the Game faced five years in prison if convicted.
Game’s lawyer firm of Kinsellaa, Weitzmna, Iser, Kump, & Aldisert are accusing the rapper of never paying his bill of over $34,683.90, even though the group states they obtained “a successful outcome” by only having their client serve 8 days of a potential 5 year sentence. Their lawsuit is still pending following a filing in Los Angeles Superior Court.
At press time, the Game could not be reached for comment.
His fourth LP, The R.E.D. Album, is being finalized and tentatively scheduled for release in December.