How Do You Like The Game’s Driveway?

When we wake up (which reads when the first coffee at the office kicks in) the first thing we can see apart from our comp’s screen is a small parking lot. Since we test drive  something different almost every week and there’s different people parking their car there every day, there’s a lot of interesting things we see. Yet, nothing compares to what rapper The Game sees every morning.
The Game’s Driveway 1 photo
Photo: The Game on Instagram
Yep, it’s another of those moments when a famous fellow brags about his car collection. Sure, nothing compares to what Floyd Mayweather has to “endure” every single day, with all those Bugatti Veyrons (three units to be precise), Ferraris and Rolls-Royce Wraith and Ghost. But nor is the rapper as wealthy as the five-division champ, so there’s no surprise here.

Jayceon Terrel Taylor on his real name has been working hard for the long expected sequel of his debut album, The Documentary: 2, so instead of performing on stage and buying new cars, he rather does these reposts. For months the West Coast hip hop artist posted images with each of the luxury wheels we now see all in one frame. Is this the 35-year old artist’s way of saving he’s sorry the album isn’t ready yet? Is this how he keeps his fans close?

We have no idea and we couldn't care less. We do take some interest in the cars in question. But what exactly are we looking at?

Custom and expensive

Let’s take the Bentley Continental GT. This puppy has been wearing different wraps ever since he bought it, about two years ago and was recently “released” from the shop, yet we don’t know what it was in for. Next in line, there’s a bright-red Fisker Karma.

The plug-in car was produced for about two years and was manufactured at Valmet Automotive in Finland. The Game was quite happy about the car when he first bought it, but he hasn't really takent it for a ride lately.

Number 3 counting from right to left, we have the regular-rapper’s delight, a Rolls-Royce Ghost. Sure the British luxury saloon is not really as popular as the Wraith later proved to be, but it will still do the job.

The “Hulk” Porsche Panamera GTS is in fact a birthday gift The Game got for his 35th anniversary and does probably make for the newest four-wheeler of the family. We're saying four-wheeler, because he also bought a Polaris Slingshot last month.
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