"That's basically what it is for me. I did the album cover the way I wanted to. It embodies part of my career, my life; it's all in that cover. And, you know, I love God, Jesus Christ is my savior and I'm still out here thuggin'." Despite his newfound religion, he has resumed his usual hobbies of smoking weed — because "this is California" and he hasn't read anywhere in the Bible that he can't — and going to strip clubs because "that's what I do."
Game justifies his seemingly contradictory lifestyle, "I know that might sound weird and that's an awkward balance, but it's my balance...I think that right before that person that wants to make judgments or pass judgment on my album cover, I think right before they do that, they should stop and they should look in the mirror and look at their own life."
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