Like millions of people around the world, The Game found himself carrying a little extra weight as a result of quarantine. In fact, the veteran rapper says he put on 30 pounds as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the globe — and people’s waist lines.

But on Sunday (May 30), Game shared an Instagram photo of himself looking noticeably fit and explained what led him taking his health more seriously.

“Quarantine had me 30 pounds over weight,” he captioned the photo. “In the house eating whatever my kids ate like the outcome was gonna be smooth. Nope, shit went straight to my belly & face…. stomach was out ta here———> ask anyone that knows me lol… Shit had me out of my bag for a year plus.”

 

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Game says he embarked on a “60 Days of Fitness” challenge in an effort to get lean again and it clearly paid off — but that’s not what caught people’s attention. In the photo, Game is rocking white boxer briefs with his, um, package prominently on display.

Over 13,000 comments littered the post with remarks such as “That ain’t the only thing that gained 30 pounds,” “U know damn well what u was doing when u took this pic” and “Sorry, not sure what is said, I got a little big distracted” as people zeroed in on Game’s lower half.

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But from the sound of it, Game isn’t done with his fitness journey.

“This is only the beginning,” he added in the caption. “Give me til my birthday to show you what you can really do on this program when you’re focused !!! Go to 60daysoffitnesschallenge.com today & start your journey !!!”

Game is one of many artists who’ve transformed their bodies over the past several months — from EDI Mean and Busta Rhymes to Megan Thee Stallion and Action Bronson.