Charles Hamilton recently appeared on The Blog Era podcast, where he revealed details of his 2009 cypher with Kanye West and The Game. He explained that after hearing Ye and The Game discussing cyphers, he suggested that they get one going. The 12-minute cypher was filmed by DJ Skee and later posted on SkeeTV.
"So yeah, I'm aware that Kanye is there and Game is there," Hamilton begins the story. "Kanye West comes around the corner with this like, Melania Trump-looking chick and he talking his Kanye shit. I'm like, 'Mr. West,' and he like, 'Ahh!' And he said some shit. He's reading a program, and it's like a dress up event and he says, this gon' be difficult to go to because I dress down when I dress up and I dress up when I dress down. So his girl does a Vanna White laugh."
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Hamilton Calls The Cypher "A Rare Exhibition"
He continued, explaining how the idea came up. "So The Game comes out and Kanye, and The Game start talking about how they were cyphering outside of Nike Town," he shares. "I was like, 'Yo, ya'll want to get a cypher going right now?'" Hamilton went on to call the ordeal "one of the rare exhibitions of [him] believing in [himself]." He added, "Props to me, but like, I believed in myself."
It was recently confirmed that Ye had his accounts frozen by Adidas, following his accusations that over $75 million was frozen by the company. "I went from being a multi-billionaire to not even being able to use my Apple Pay four nights ago. I couldn't use my Apple Pay because someone how Adidas was able to legally go in and freeze my money," he claimed. Law360 unveiled court documents proving that the artist's accusations were true. The Game recently poked fun at Lil Pump's selfie in a cropped purple jacket, writing, "The rapture coming." He also recently shared some sweet selfies with his 12-year-old daughter, California Dream.
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