The Game Donates Big To Indian Red Boy's GoFundMe Following Hawthorne Murder


Los Angeles, CA – Aspiring Inglewood rapper Indian Red Boy was murdered in Hawthorne, California on July 8 as he was speaking to a friend on Instagram Live. Rumors online suggested the alleged Bloods gang member been killed after he defaced a Nipsey Hussle mural, but an inside source insisted that wasn’t the case. 

As tributes continue to pour in for the 21-year-old, The Game is putting his money where his mouth is and donating to the family’s GoFundMe campaign. On Wednesday night (July 14), the “Hate It Or Love It” OG shared an Instagram post revealing the campaign had hit its $10,000 goal.

“Holla’d at the family & got it done as promised with my family,” he captioned the post. “Don’t talk about it, be about it…. Rest In Peace @indianredboy…. I hope it helps you guys send him off the way he deserves to be…. & from my loved ones to y’all, we send our condolences to @tbc_we_all_we_got @sevenzmommy @_mirageee @niiccoolleeeeee & the rest of Zarial’s immediate family & close friends.”

At the same time, The Game delivered a public service announcement for those uninformed about Los Angeles gang culture.

“[See if the blogs post the positive],” he continued. “SIDENOTE: if anyone else wants to donate to the family, CLICK THE LINK IN MY BIO !!! & IF YOU DONT KNOW LA GANG CULTURE OR THE POLITICS OUT HERE SHUT THE FUCK UP !!!!

“Tired of n-ggas just talkin to be talkin on here while homies out here gettin slaughtered over dumb shit !!!! #WeAllGottaDoBetter.”

On Monday (July 12), The Game went on Instagram Live with bars that suggested he’d handle any Nipsey Hussle disrespect with violence.

“All white Air Force 1s/N-ggas coming through the hood with them air force guns,” he rapped. “We got more Drakes than the Billboard/Disrespecting Nip, the type of shit you n-ggas get killed for/We not gon’ stand for the disrespect/Get this .45 Bell pressed against your neck.”

But according to The Game, he wrote the lyrics months ago and wasn’t targeting Indian Red Boy or anyone else.

“I’m on here to address a situation that’s been coming to my DMs and my phone all morning about some bars I said yesterday on my Live,” he began. “Number one, I ain’t mean no disrespect to Indian Red Boy, R.I.P., his family, anybody close to him and definitely not the Inglewood families at all or no Blood set in L.A. or none of that shit.

“Not only did I not mean no disrespect to them n-ggas, I don’t mean no disrespect to no L.A. gangs, no Crips, no Bloods, no eses, none of that.”