What would you do for a brand you love, like Balenciaga? That’s exactly what The Game hopes to explore in one of his latest adventures, which he recently shared on social media. Anything the series is called a game.
The documentary rapper revealed the show’s first episode with Tik Tok on Monday, August 25. For now, this is definitely not for the faint of heart. He also shared a clip on Instagram with the caption, “Everything?!?!?!? Episode 1 lol, follow @anythingforthegame and stay tuned for episode 2…it will be good.”
The show begins with The Game talking to a woman who realizes she recognizes him. During the conversation, he asked the woman if she was a fan of Balenciaga. When the woman agrees, as expected, he promises something from a well-known brand on one condition. The first episode takes place in an upscale mall.
The situation was a bit of a stomach cramp because the “How We” rapper told her she could get this if she ate or drank from the nearest trash can. From their previous conversations, it’s not hard to see that she’s willing to do anything for the famous fashion brand.
Although the episode may have ended in a very vulgar fashion, she was lucky enough to find an almost empty Starbucks cup full of red stuff, which she swallowed. Plus, The Game kept her word and bought her a pair of Balenciaga sneakers.
Fans also gave their opinions under his Instagram post about the show.
“People will do anything for material things,” said one fan, while another added, “I want Balenciaga too, but I don’t eat junk, I eat other things.” Others felt the whole Things have changed and it doesn’t feel right, and many of the other women who commented on the post said they would do anything to get together with the Compton native other than eating from the trash.
While there isn’t much information on how long a season will last, it’s been confirmed that he’s already trying to release a second episode since he’s released a trailer. Since then, it has been liked more than 97,000 times.
He seems intent on continuing to grow in popularity following the release of his album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind, which peaked at number 12 on the Billboard 200. The album sold 25,000 copies in its first week.