The Game apologises on CNN for tweeting LA Sheriff’s number [Video]

After the pallava Westcoast rapper The Game got him into after it was reported the number Game asked his followers to call following a tweet offering an internship, was the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department’s official emergency number, he addressed the situation in full this week talking to news network CNN.

It was a prank made by a friend who was in fact tweeting ‘random numbers’ from the Game’s phone unbeknownst to him that one included the sheriff’s department number, he explained and apologised for any nuisance it caused – watch the footage below.

After the interview a statement from Capt. Mike Parker obtained by E! News states, “The apology by the rapper The Game Wednesday on CNN about the Flashcalls incident of August 12 involving Compton Sheriff’s Station is relevant and well received.”

“His willingness to help share with the media and the community that the safety of the public is what is most important, is a great message.”

According to Parker, the incident was thoroughly investigated and, based on the sheriff’s department’s findings and a consultation with the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office, no criminal charges would be filed against Jayceon ‘The Game’ Chuck Taylor.

The things you do for publicity for a new album eh? The R.E.D. album drops on August 23rd.

[Video spotted on Vlad TV]