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7 Reasons Why The Game is Marriage Material

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After watching the first season of Marrying the Game, it became obvious that this father of three is hubby material. He doesn't cook or clean, but he is loyal, gives unconditional love and tries his best to stay positive. What more could you ask for? He did recently have some domestic violence claims against him regarding an alleged fight with ex fiancee, Tiffney Cambridge, but we weren't there so we won't take our eyes off him just yet. Flip through and see why we think the fab father could make an awesome husband.
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He's a family man.
If you follow the left coast-native on social media, you know how much The Game loves his family—especially his children. On Marrying the Game, he won us over every time he had a mushy moment with his daughter, his beloved Cali. Even though he and then fiancee' Tiffney Cambridge fought like cats and dogs, it was obvious that he was loving her unconditionally—the only way he knew how. Who wouldn't want a husband who cherishes their children and will fight for their lady to the end?
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He has a giving heart.
Game has a philanthropic soul. With the launch of his Robin Hood Project, Game gives to those hit by hardships or heartbreak. On his Instagram, he often has lengthy posts about how he ran into a someone on the street who'd fallen on hard times and could keep himself from helping out.
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3. He's a hard worker.
Just because we don't always witness it, doesn't mean The Game isn't working. He recently followed up his Jesus Piece album with the Operation Kill Everything mixtape, and then went on his Blood Money tour overseas in the UK and Europe.
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He's forgiving.
On his episode of Behind the Music, the Compton MC spoke about how his father molested his younger sister when he was a child. He said he hated him for a long time but when he became a father himself, he was able to forgive him. The fact that he was able to forgive his father for committing such a heinous act (which his father denies he did), is an honorable move.
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He will protect his family.
Make no mistake, The Game is not one to be messed with. (Remember the video of him putting hands and feet on arch nemesis, 40 Glocc?) He has no problem defending himself or anyone who goes against his family. Who wouldn't want a husband like that?
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He's nice to look at.
With a 6 foot 4 frame, light brown eyes and a million dollar smile, the 'Doctor's Advocate' is easy on the eyes. Game is now one of the sexiest bachelors on the market. We are sure there are plenty of Vixens who wouldn't mind having him as arm candy.
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His talent speaks for itself.
Game has sold over 10 million records, so his talent is undeniable. Since he hit the scene in 2003, he's been cranking out hits like "Hate it or Love It," "Couldn't Get By," and "Celebration."
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Lotions, creams, and salves—oh my! With cannabidiol (CBD) popping up in just about every product you can imagine, the cannabis-infused beauty industry is clearly on the come-up. In fact, analysts predict that the “wellness” movement—as well as the legalization of Mary Jane across the world—will help rake in $25 billion globally in the next 10 years, according to Business Insider. That’s 15 percent of the $167 billion skincare market.

And what better way to up the ante on one’s wellness routine than with all-natural CBD? Just ask Dr. Lana Butner, naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist at NYC’s Modrn Sanctuary, who incorporates CBD in her treatments.

“CBD is a fantastic addition to acupuncture sessions for both its relaxation and anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving effects,” Butner shares with Vixen. “The calming effects of CBD allows for patients to deeply relax into the treatment and really tap into the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for rest, digestion and muscle repair/regeneration.”

She adds that CBD’s pain-relieving effects are “far-reaching,” from muscular and joint pains to migraines and arthritis—and even IBS and indigestion.

The magic lies in CBD’s ability to impact endocannabinoid receptor activity in our bodies. Without getting too wordy, our bodies come equipped with a system called the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is the HBIC over our sleep, appetite, pain and immune system response. Also known as cannabidiol, CBD teams up with this system to help reduce inflammation and interact with neurotransmitters. According to Healthline, CBD has also been scientifically shown to impact the brain’s receptors for serotonin, the neurotransmitter responsible for regulating our mood and social behavior.

All that said, it’s important to note that not all CBD products are created equal. Many brands cashing in on the green beauty wave use hemp seed oil, sometimes referred to as cannabis sativa seed oil, in place of CBD... which doesn’t make them any less great! Hemp seed oil is actually high in antioxidants, amino acids, and omega-3 and -6 fatty acids—all of which are thebomb.com for your skin.

“It’s generally viewed as a superfood and is great for adding nutritional value to your diet,” Ashley Lewis, co-founder of Fleur Marché, told Well and Good last month. “In terms of skin care, it’s known as a powerful moisturizer and skin softener that doesn’t clog pores or contribute to oily skin.”

However, when companies start marketing CBD and hemp oil as one-in-the-same, that’s when things get a bit tricky.

“The biggest issue is that hemp seed oil and CBD are two totally different compounds that come from different parts of the hemp plant, have different makeups, and different benefits,” Lewis added. “Marketing them as the same thing just isn’t accurate and does a disservice to consumers who are expecting certain benefits that they won’t get from hemp seed oil and who are often paying more for what they think is CBD.”

So if you’re looking to benefit from the perks specifically attributed to CBD, make sure you’re reading labels before buying, and don’t be afraid to ask questions. Hell, ask for a product’s test results, while you’re at it. It never hurts to be sure.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, are you ready to see what all the hype is about? For this 4/20, we rounded up a few CBD (and hemp!)-infused products to help give your self-care routine a bit of a boost. Looks like your holiday just got that much kushier. You’re welcome!

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"I think the reason why—no I know the reason why—I've been doing this for such a long time is that I fight," Fox said. "When we did Two Can Play That Game, I fought for the way we talked, walked, the way we loved each other." The Set It Off actress continued to state that she consistently declined Two Can Play That Game before signing on to play the lead role. "Because the script, when I first got it, I turned it down three times because it just wasn't a good representation of African-Americans, so I fought them on everything," she noted. "I want to make sure that the images of African-Americans are as positive and as true as they can possibly be."

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After its release, Two Can Play That Game raked in over $22 million at the box office.

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BET To Unveil Edible Billboard For 'Being Mary Jane' Wedding Finale

As Being Mary Jane comes to an end, BET is willing to offer fans a taste of what's to come in the series finale.

The network has enlisted the help of Ayesha Curry, celebrity cook and cookbook author, to create an edible billboard that also doubles as a wedding cake. The sweet treat will commemorate Mary Jane's (played by Gabrielle Union) nuptials in the two-hour series finale.

On April 20 from 1:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at Brooklyn's Atlantic Terminal in New York, fans will be presented with the edible billboard. At the intersection of Ashland Place and Hanson Place, the closer Being Mary Jane enthusiasts get to the billboard the quicker they'll notice that the four-tiered wedding cake is created from individual boxes, each containing a slice of Curry's prized wedding cake.

All fans have to do is pull a box from the billboard, snap a picture for the 'Gram, take a bite and enjoy. Although lovers of the show won't be able to celebrate with Mary Jane herself, biting into a slice of her wedding cake, for free, is the next best thing.

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