Saturday, 15 June 2013
The Game Compares Anti-Sagging Law to Modern Day Slavery
Rapper The Game is speaking out against a New Jersey ban that prohibits sagging pants on the world famous boardwalk. The law bans the wearing of pants that sag 3 inches below the hips, exposing skin or underwear.
But Game, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, is outraged by the anti-sagging law which he compares to slavery.
Like most rappers, The Game is blissfully ignorant to the fact that most decent citizens do not want to see the color and brand of underwear he has on.
“Niggas should sag down to their socks out there,” he told gossip website TMZ. “They trying to get people to not sag, please. Can’t tell people how to wear their f*cking clothes. What time are we in? This ain’t the f*cking slave days. F*ck that.”
He added: “I am with the sagging movement. First five people to get fines, I will pay their tickets… I will go there and sag cause I am a sagging Sagittarius.”
It’s hard to know if Game is serious or if he’s just trying to draw attention to himself.
First time offenders are subject to fines ranging from $25-$100. Repeat offenders can be hit with fines up to $200.