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Video: The Game Surprises Longtime Girlfriend With a Proposal

October 13, 2011 (5:52 am) GMT
The 'Red Nation' rapper gets down on one knee and presents Tiffany Cambridge with a ring soon after she walks through the door at Frank D. Parent Elementary school in Inglewood, California.

is making an honest man of himself. The "Hate It or Love It" hitmaker surprised his girlfriend of seven years, Tiffany Cambridge, with a proposal on Wednesday, October 12 afternoon, and camera crews were present at Frank D. Parent Elementary school in Inglewood, California to document the special moment.

In the two-minute video, the rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, got down on one knee after Tiffany walked into a room where he, their children, close friends, co-workers and a few camera crews were waiting. Looking a little nervous, he quickly pulled out a ring from his pocket and asked her to marry him.

Offering details behind the proposal, MTV reported that Game arrived at around 2:30 P.M. PT at the school where Tiffany works as a teacher. For the surprise proposal, the "Red Nation" rapper allegedly conspired with the principal to have his girlfriend called in for a meeting.

Game and Tiffany have two children together, a son named King Justice and a daughter named Cali. The former member of himself also has another child from a previous relationship, Harlem.



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