Rapper the game on a dating show
In the order, Gee found that Viacom was exercising its right to free speech in casting Rainey.
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Courts have held that the ‘creation of a television show,’ including the ‘writing, casting, and broadcasting’ of a television show, is an exercise of free speech,” the ruling reads.
Gee also found that the rapper failed to show a likelihood of success on the merits of his claims.
In a statement after the lawsuit was filed, Viacom accused the rapper of attempting to “shift the burden of his damages” from Rainey’s lawsuit.
At the end of the show, the couples have to decide if they want to "Stay Together" or if they've had a "Change Of Heart."The show ran for five seasons (1998-2001) and was originally taping in Los Angeles for the first three seasons before moving to New York in 2001 for the remaining two seasons. By this time, Game is looking like a real simp and it only goes downhill from there.
We don't blame Arana, it looked like they had a great time together on their date.
As for Sadita, she wasn't feeling the love from Game and she flipped a card that said "Change of Heart." By the look on Game's face, it appeared that he felt rejected.
"He's a scrub, he doesn't have a car, and I feel like I always have to drive him around" she said.
Game claps back, "I've got a suspended license ...Taylor to pay more than million as a result of his actions against a former contestant of an unscripted television series produced by a third party,” Viacom told The Wrap.