Police arrested The Game May 11th at his home on suspicion of making criminal threats in February during a pickup basketball game in Los Angeles.
The rapper is suspected of using a gun to threaten another person on the basketball court, an LAPD representative told the Los Angeles Times.
The Game (real name: Jayceon Terrell Taylor), posted $50,000 bail May 12th. Investigators searched his 5,000-square-foot Glendale home for three hours, police said.
He was seen sticking out his tongue while being driven off in the back of a patrol car and said, "I want to say that I’m not guilty. And I love California."
Taylor, notorious for his feud with 50 Cent, was also arrested in 2005 on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at a shopping center in Greensboro, N.C.
Mall security said the rapper was carousing in the shopping center while wearing a full-face mask and refused to leave when asked. Members of his entourage were pepper-sprayed after surrounding the officers.
In November 2006, five Greensboro police officers filed a defamation lawsuit against the rapper after he related the incident to the Rodney King beatings. The Game reportedly said he was arrested for signing autographs.