The Game has begun to master the skill of self-promotion on his social media, as he now has over — followers on Instgram, and recently used it to get fans involved in the release of his upcoming album, ’The Documentary 2,’ on October 9th.
In an interview with allhiphop.com The Game set the record straight on artist to fan relations on Twitter and Instagram. He says that fans have degraded the value of a celebrity’s social media presence, in some cases they put themselves above celebrities if they have more followers or gain more “likes.”
“Social media over the last 10 years has put the fan and the artist sort of on the same level ’cause now, if you have 100 followers, to those 100 followers you feel like you’re the celebrity,” he said. “I don’t allow that to happen. On my page, a fan stay a fan and I’m going to stay The Game so you not going to trump me on my shit, you not going to make me feel bad.”
Watch the interview with Allhiphop.com and The Game here:
Speaking of social media, The Game and Young Thug are back at it again.
Here’s what Young Thug posted on Instagram:
and The Game respond with:
Written by Lauren Rose Spencer
Featured Image via The Game’s Instagram