Game Pens Deep Words Over LA Fires: "You Literally Can't See The Sky Driving Thru"
West Coast rapper Game has some words for anyone affected by the Los Angeles wildfires. The hip-hop veteran has penned an open message to address what's going on around his hometown.
Game went to Instagram Thursday (December 7) to speak on the wildfires.
Since last night, over 100,000 people have evacuated areas around Los Angeles due to the natural disaster.
Sustained winds in the Ventura area reached 66 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 85 miles per hour, the National Weather Service reported Wednesday night, matching the "extreme wind behavior" Los Angeles County Fire Chief said was expected throughout the night. With at least 120,000 people already fleeing the fires by Wednesday, the overnight spread of the Thomas Fire in Ventura and towards Santa Barbara caused officials to order more evacuations. (CNBC)
A few hours ago, Game revealed the personal impact the fires had on his family.
This is INSANE Wildfires are running rampant in California. #prayersup pic.twitter.com/jheHAwN228
— HOT 97 (@HOT97) December 6, 2017
Last month, the hip-hop vet hopped on Instagram with a gushy Thanksgiving Day message to his 8 million followers.
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