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California Rapper Game’s Car Collection Back to Normal After Vandal Attempts to Destroy Cars

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California rapper The Game is almost as well-known for his extensive car collection as he is for releasing six successful hip-hop albums. The reason for this could be because of all the photos he shares of his premium vehicles via Instagram.

For whatever reason, The Game–real name Jayceon Taylor—really has a passion for the color red, having painted at least four of his automobiles in this powerful hue. In a recent Instagram post, the Compton MC referred to his 2013 Phantom Ghost as his Monday car, his 2013 Camaro SS as his Tuesday whip, his 2015 Jeep Wrangler as his Wednesday vehicle, and his 2012 Porsche Panamera as his Thursday transportation.

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In case you wondering what he drives on the weekends, the famous hip-hop artist said his Friday car couldn’t fit in the picture and that his Saturday and Sunday toys are currently resting safely in the garage.

We know that at least one of those weekend vehicles is a Ferrari 458 that can rocket from 0 to 60 mph in three seconds and is capable of hitting a top speed of 202 mph. The Game decided not to give his Ferrari 458 a custom red paint job as evidenced by the pictures he recently posted of the supercar on his social media accounts.

Game also has a taste for old-school cars. The 36-year-old rapper drove a classic 1963 Chevy Impala in the 2015 music video for his song “Ryda.”

The Game likes to share his automotive wealth too. He proved that by giving his personal assistant her very own Jeep Wrangler last year for her birthday.

It’s nice to see The Game’s car collection has recovered after a man trespassed on his Los Angeles’s property back in September and vandalized both his Camaro and Panamera. The trespasser was caught on camera throwing objects at the vehicles, and then ran down the driveway after spotting a security camera.

Whether you’re a fan of The Game’s music or not, it’s hard to deny the fact he owns a pretty impressive car collection.

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