The Game's manager Wack 100 wasn't lying when he says he owns all of the royalties to Game's last album Born II Rap.
In fact, he owns many of The Game's assets, including the 40-year-old's home.
But this isn't a case of a manager exploiting his artist. It appears to be a scheme to hide Game's money from Priscilla Rainey, who won a $7,130,100 default judgment in a sexual assault suit she brought against Game when the Compton spitter refused to show up in court.
"Post-judgment discovery has revealed that Taylor [The Game] owns almost no assets under his own name, but assigns his interests to receive revenue to his manager, his manager’s company, and other Taylor-owned holding companies," wrote Rainey's lawyer Michael Jason Lee.
According to Lee, Game transferred his home to Wack for nothing.
"The conveyance [was] a bonafide gift, and the grantor received nothing in return.”
Lee wants the judge to issue a restraining order that forbids Game from transferring any more royalties and assets to Wack.
"If Taylor is given any notice or opportunity, he may simply create another legal entity, as he has done before, or assign his rights to receive payments from BMI to Cash Jones [Wack]," wrote Michael Jason Lee. "Rainey’s cause will be irreparably prejudiced if this request for a restraining order is heard according to regular noticed motion procedures."