The Game has unveiled a new social media series titled Anything For The Game — check out the first episode below.

The Compton native debuted the first show’s episode on his TikTok on Monday (August 25) and it isn’t for those with a weak stomach.

Game passed a woman who recognized him in an upscale shopping mall and innocently asked her if she was a fan of Balenciaga. After she said yes, The Game promised to buy her any item in the store so long as she drank or ate the first thing she found in the nearest trash can.

“If I offered to buy you some heels what would you do,” he said, to which she immediately replied: “Anything.”

“You gotta dig in the trash can and first thing food-wise you gotta eat it,” Game explained.

 

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All things considered, she was pretty fortunate to dig up a nearly empty Starbucks cup filled with a red beverage, which she threw back with ease. The Game was a man of his word and she picked up a pair of Balenciaga sneakers free of charge.

Anything For The Game looks like something The Game will be continuing with more episodes set to come down the pipeline, with a second episode already being teased.

The “How We Do” rapper is coming off the release of his Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind album, which debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard 200 with 25,000 total album-equivalent units sold in the first week.

Game was forced to remove a couple of features from the star-studded 30-track LP, including NBA YoungBoy after not agreeing to his discounted six-figure feature price.

“I ain’t never paid for a verse in my life n-gga,” Game wrote. “200k for a 16 [crying laughing emojis] never & a day blood !!!”

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Meanwhile, The Game has been called out by battle rapper Pat Stay for his attempt to bait Eminem with his recent “The Black Slim Shady” diss track.

The 36-year-old artist posted of photo of Game, shirtless and in his bed, scrolling on his phone. The text at the top read: “Dear Slim I Wrote You But You Still Ain’t Callin,” a nod to Em’s 2000 song “Stan” about an obsessed fan. In the caption, Stay condemned “The Black Slim Shady” and suggested he was disappointed in his actions.

“I gotta say, as a fan losangelesconfidential its been hard to watch you desperately begging for @eminem attention trying to battle him,” he wrote. “Trust me, I respect the hunger, but once you start that whole ‘he only blew up because he’s white’ type sh*t it comes off more hater-ish than competitive.”