Compton rapper The Game shared that he had the chance to collaborate with Prince. After dropping his tribute “Rest in Purple” to late music icon Prince, Game told TMZ that due to differences involving content, the opportunity was unfortunately missed.

 

“I wanted him to get on a song and he was down to do a song. He heard the song and there was one curse word in it. He was like, ‘Yo, I can’t get on that. It’s got a curse word in it.'”

 

It would be thought that a chance to work with Prince was not one Game would want to pass up, but the rapper was unwilling to change the lyrics. 

 

“Prince became a Jehovah’s Witness and he cut out all that so we didn’t do the song because I needed that curse word, unable to recall the exact word that caused the issue Game spoke on how the two were both able to later laugh at the situation.

 

 

 

 

The Purple One is back on top of the music charts currently as he stands at the number 1, 2 and 6 spots on the Billoard 200.

The late legendary artist shot straight to the top of the charts within 24 hours of the news of his untimely passing, with Billboard reporting that The Artist forever known as Prince has in fact sold nearly 4 million since his death on April 21.

 

 

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