Game Offers Tax Advice To Rappers: Write Off Strippers, Sneaks And Medical Marijuana
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The Game may be a successful rapper but his tax advice leaves a little bit to be desired.
Born Jayceon Terrell Taylor, Game was discovered by Dr. Dre in 2003. His debut album “The Documentary” went on to sell over five million copies, reaching double platinum status. Since then, Game has gone on to be nominated for two Grammy awards and a number of Billboard Music Awards.
So, when it comes to music, he knows his stuff. When it comes to taxes? Maybe not so much. You see, Game was out last night in Los Angeles when he was asked a few questions by the paparazzi about taxes. His response?
“Taxes? You can write off d*mn near anything, man.”
When prompted to “name the top three things” that rappers could write off on the taxes, Game had these answers:
“You can write off strip clubs… making it rain.”
“You can write off buying medical marijuana.”