The Compton rapper, who was recently barred from entering Canada due to his alleged gang affiliations, was persona non grata once again at Santa Monica, Calif. eatery Hillstone's (formerly named Houston's) Tuesday, when the restaurant's manager refused to seat him, because his white tank top violated the steakhouse's dress code.
Game immediately took the matter to Twitter, where he complained about his unfair treatment, claiming that he "pointed out 2 kool white guys with tank tops on," but was still denied entry.
"Hillstone's racist-urant formerly known as Houston's & their slave-master manager Valerie has just made #1 on the RACIST resturant list !" Game continued. "She really just told me I cant eat cuz Im tatted n guest mite b scared."
TMZ later contacted a representative from the eatery, who claimed that Game's "2 kool white guys" were merely one lone woman in a sleeveless shirt, for whom the sleeve requirement did not apply. The rep went on to state that Hillstone's would "love" to have the rapper back, once he agrees to obey the dress code.
As for Game's food odyssey, he happily ended up at hip-hop mainstay Roscoe's. "Now headed to "Roscoes Chicken & Waffles" where us N---ERS are tattoo approved 100% accepted," he concluded.
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