Game “Red Nation” Video Banned From MTV And BET

Popular entertainment channels MTV and BET has decide they aren’t feeling Game’s “aggressive content.”

According to reports, the two top music video channels take the decision to ban the West Coast rapper Red Nation music video. The networks cites too much gang-related content in the video, which also features Lil Wayne.

Red Nation is the first single off Game’s long-delayed R.E.D. album.

Game took to Twitter to tell his fans the news:

“So BET “BANNED” the #REDNation video !!!!! Said me & @liltunechi were too gang affiliated in it. Thoughts ?”

“This just in: the video so HARD it just got “BANNED” from MtV too ha ha ha ha….F*CK IT !!!! I’m premering it on Thursday online MYSELF !!!”

“Guess ya single gotta be called “Bubble Gum” to get love ha ha ha….#REDNation premiering on AOL, Vivo & Worldstar Thursday.#bannedFromTV” (Game Twitter)

Game said his collaboration with reggae singer Junior Reid “One Blood” was originally banned from the networks, who then reverse the ban after the video got over 1 million views on Youtube.