The Game Talks Failed Engagement: 'I Was a Dog with Infidelity Issues'

The Game opened up about the demise of his long term relationship with ex-fiancée Tiffney Cambridge

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The Game is owning up to his past mistakes in hopes for a brighter future and a big romance.

The rapper, né Jayceon Taylor, told host Wendy Williams on her eponymous show that he’s at fault for the end of his long-term relationship with Tiffney Cambridge, with whom he shares two children.

The couple, whose relationship was documented on the VH1 reality show Marrying the Game from 2012 to 2014, ended their engagement due to The Game’s adultery, he revealed.

“I was a dog. I had infidelity issues and I blew it,” he said. “It’s pretty much my fault because I had a good woman. She’s a school teacher, [has a] master’s degree, mother of my children [son King Justice, 8½, and daughter California Dream, 5]. You don’t really get it when you’re in the relationship. You get out, she kicks you to the curb and then you realize what a great woman you had.”

The rapper, 35, told Williams he’s now ready to get married and “be everything” for his partner.

“My grandmother told me one day I’ll wake up and I’ll know I’m ready, The Game said.

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The rapper also cleared up rumors about his past with both Kim Kardashian West and Khloé Kardashian.

“Khloé’s just a really good friend. Before you guys knew her as ‘Khloé Kardashian,’ she was just like the tomboy Kardashian. She was cool. She would come hang out with us and chill,” he revealed.

The Game avoided directly defining his former relationship with Kardashian West, but did voice his admiration for her husband Kanye West.

“Kanye’s great. Kim’s great,” he told Williams. “They’re great for each other. Kanye’s a really good friend of mine, he’s got a really good family structure, that baby is just to die for. I don’t want to disrespect their family infrastructure.”

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