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Most of us were aware that The Game’s relationship with his on-again, off-again fiancée, Tiffney Cambridge, was on the rocks. However, I don’t think anyone expected this.

According to TMZ, the former G-Unit rapper is under investigation for allegedly attacking his “Marrying The Game” co-star. Sources claim that Tiffney went to a police station last week to file a report against her childrens’ father, alleging that he beat her during a Mar. 19 argument that took a violent turn.

The insider alleges that The Game hit Tiffney in the face repeatedly, injuring her eye socket and breaking her nose. Police officers reportedly snapped photos of Tiffney’s face for evidence. Sources add that the VH1 reality star is now being investigated by the L.A. County Sherriff’s Department behind the allegations.

The Game acknowledges that there was an incident that went down between he and Tiffney, but he insists that he never touched her.

“I don’t want to give fuel to these false accusations, but the truth will definitely come out. I am always looking out for my children’s safety and have never laid a hand on Tiffney,” he told TMZ.

Tiffney and The Game made headlines earlier this year after he launched a verbal attack against Tiffney’s pal and fellow reality star, Tami Roman, where he pretty much blamed her for ruining his relationship with Tiffney.

“I hope you and that d*ke b**ch blue burn in hell for ruining my family!!!!! Ya’ll f**king with the wrong ni**a!!!” he wrote on Tami’s Instagram page. “Go ahead and block me & erase this b**ch!!! That ain’t gonna change nothing or what I’m about to do!”

Ironically, it was recently announced that the estranged couple’s series “Marrying The Game” is scheduled to return to VH1 for a third season. Tiffney has yet to comment on the domestic violence allegations. However, we should proably note that she hasn’t shared a photo of herself with Instagram followers in nearly two weeks.


Madame Noire

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