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The Game Slams New Jersey's Saggy Pants Law! Compares It To Slavery!

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Breaking news: you can no longer longer look like a fool with your pants on the ground at the Jersey Shore!

Much like Texas and Florida, the city of Wildwood, New Jersey was fed up with seeing butt crack and underwear on the boardwalk, so they passed a law that prohibits wearing pants 3 inches below the hips — and The Game is PISSED!

The California resident sounded off on the anti-sag law and he didn't hold back. The Game said:

"N***** should sag down to their socks out there. They trying to get people to not sag, please. Can’t tell people how to wear their f***ing clothes. What time are we in? This ain't the f***ing slave days. F*** that."

Guess he doesn't believe in the phrase "crack is whack!"

Under the new law, first time saggy perpetrators will be subject to a $25-$100 fine before jumping to $200 for the following offense. However, if the Jersey Shore po po doesn't think a fine will cut it, 40 hours of community service is also an option.

Jeez, just go buy a belt!

For those of you visiting the Shore this summer, you'll be happy to hear the law doesn't go into effect until next month. BUTT if and when your saggy bottoms are cited, The Game has your ass covered!

The rapper added:

"I am with the sagging movement. First five people to get fines, I will pay their tickets…I will go there and sag cause I am a sagging Sagittarius."

Yeah, whatever that means.

What do U think of The Game's comments about the new law??? Sound off (below)!

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26 comments to “The Game Slams New Jersey's Saggy Pants Law! Compares It To Slavery!”

  1. karen says – reply to this


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    Every time one of these idiots makes a comment like comparing a law against wearing baggy pants to slavery, they should be forced to apologize to John Lewis on their knees then kiss his ring & thank him for making it possible for them to be so stupid.

  2. Mindfunkblue says – reply to this


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    If only this boy knew how the whole saggy pants movement originated!



  3. 3

    Sagging pants started as a way for inmates to tell other inmates they were ready to get anally penetrated. Pull your fucking pants up. You look stupid and I don't want to look at your underwear. Saggy pants isn't even comfortable. Quit bitching and wear your clothes the way you're supposed to.



  4. 4

    Doesn't NJ have more important things to worry about? I hate seeing this look just as much as the next person but really….they are all over stupid new laws lately. One they are trying to pass is $1,00 fine +1 year in jail for purchasing knock-off purses. Can you imagine going to jail for a year because you bought a knock off?



  5. 5

    Yes…forcing people not to dress like idiots is clearly comparable to slavery. Clearly.

  6. fiona says – reply to this


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    Gangland trash ghetto fashion. Period.

  7. mei99 says – reply to this


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    How is it racist? Not like they said white people can sag, but blacks can not. True…most white people don't want to look as moronic as these idiots walking around showing their ass.
    I am sure that MLK would be so proud of these guys. Idiots.



  8. 8

    i think a man wearing his pants showing his, butt crack his pubic hair or even is underwear is TRASH, i dont like to go out in public and have to look at all that, its indecent exposure…



  9. 9

    whats this lil hood punk know about slavery??? it is a shame this retard says such garbage, REAL slaves fought with their lives for their unjust cause, and this hood rat is a abomination for what real slaves have gone thru and fought for, i take offence to any modern day black person who talks about slavery. they have NO clue!



  10. 10

    So after generations of people suffered and fought for freedom, assholes like this turd and Kanye trivialize it all with their immature, disrespectful hissy fits. Very sad. Go ahead, walk around with your ass hanging out and look like the idiot that you are.

  11. mw says – reply to this


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    I can't fucking STAND the saggy pants thing. It just makes you look like a giant douche. On the other hand - you know mostly black guys do it and the powers that be in Jersey want to stick it to the black guy. Underneath it all it's a law bred out of racism.



  12. 12

    Re: MissEvonne – That large of fine and jail time is ridiculous but I do get what they're trying to do, or think they're trying to do. There's been reports that knock offs go to fund terrorism and other organized crime. I don't know if there's any proof of that…but I assume they're trying to put laws in place to make it harder. It's ridiculous but I assume that's their thinking.



  13. 13

    Dudes, you are doing it all wrong! -



  14. 14

    The game is an idiot. Slavery? He clearly has no idea what slaves endured. I'm sure they would have just pulled their fucking pants up if that's all it took to be free. What a total idiot!!!!!! What pants pulled down means is you are ready for anal penetration…jailhouse style.



  15. 15

    Re: MissEvonne – 1) They make laws, that's their job. It's not like if all of them had spent 40 hours a week for a whole year thinking this one up. Your comment is stupid.
    2) Buying knock off products is… STEALING.
    Please read a few books. It will help you.

  16. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Slavery is others and their kids involuntarily having to see their gaunche and cracks.
    Save yer exhibitionism for da clubs.

  17. lala says – reply to this


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    Real men do not wear savvy pants. Obviously those who do are lacking something in the manhood department.

  18. Jrex says – reply to this


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    It is tyrannical to make laws about what people can wear, but that actually borders on (if not crossing over into) indecent exposure.

    But on top of that, I can't imagine wanting to wear that style. As The Eric said, that 'trend' started in prisons as an advertisement for willingness to receive anal sex, whether worn voluntarily or forced into that by someone… I want to tell every kid I see dressed like that exactly where they got it from!



  19. 19

    Re: karen – Amen.



  20. 20

    Idiots on parade

  21. Btwin2 says – reply to this


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    I wonder if he is aware that saggy britches was started in prisons to show that a prisoner was willing to trade sex favors to another prisoner for protection….



  22. 22

    Re: The Eric – I'm guessing Perez will be pulling his pants down a few seconds after reading your comments.

  23. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Geez, I could have gone all day without reading and seeing this guy wears Calvins. Forces me to make another Scotch and water, thanks Perez.



  24. 24

    However passed this law should get a medal.



  25. 25

    I dont see how exposing underwear (boxers) could warrant any kind of fine. Basically this falls under indecent exposure, but no skin = no indecent exposure. So this law is BS and a slippery slope. The government is telling people what they can and can't wear, regardless if it's ridiculous or not. What's next, will they start banning and fining people for wearing shirts a small amount of people find offensive?

  26. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Actually, law enforcement love and laugh at the low pants, because they fall down and seriously impede perps who dress like this from being able to get away.