The Game said in a new TMZ documentary about Ye that Kanye can't be canceled

Kanye West Can't Be Canceled According To The Game

The Game Defends Kanye West: Immune to Cancel Culture
In a recent interview with TMZ, The Game passionately asserted that Kanye West can't be canceled, shedding light on the complexities of cancel culture. The discussion arose within the context of an upcoming documentary by TMZ, exploring the resilience of the Grammy-winning artist from Chicago.

TMZ's Harvey Levin initiated the conversation by questioning, "Is it possible that Kanye West is simply uncancelable, and if so, why?" The Game entered the scene, expressing a firm stance:
You can't cancel someone who doesn't care or fear being canceled. That's the thing about cancel culture; the care of it fuels it. If you don't care about being canceled, you can't be.

- The Game

TMZ Has a Documentary Dropping About Kanye West & The Game Says Ye Can’t Be Canceled:

However, the news of TMZ producing a documentary on West has generated mixed reactions among fans, given the blog's controversial history. West has had confrontations with paparazzi in the past, notably challenging a reporter about his wife's free will. While it's unclear if the journalist in question was from TMZ, it adds to the instances where media encounters appear to harass West.

In a surprising turn of events, Kanye West recently made headlines as a surprise guest during Travis Scott's "Circus Maximus" tour in Orlando, Florida. Donning a white mask, West treated the audience to iconic tracks from his 2010 album "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy," including "All Of The Lights" and "Runaway." 

He also performed a rendition of "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" from "The Life of Pablo." Ty Dolla Sign joined West for collaborative tracks like "Fade" and "Vultures" from their upcoming joint project sharing the latter track's name.

The Game's assertion about Kanye West's immunity to cancel culture adds another layer to the ongoing debates about the impact and limitations of cancel culture within the realm of hip-hop and celebrity culture.

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