The Game presents a few plot holes in Tori Brixx's case.
In the latest edition in a string of drama for Rich The Kid, the rapper was unfortunately hospitalized following a violent home invasion that left him unconscious with the extent of his injuries unclear at the moment. The attack took place at the home of model Tori Brixx—Rich’s alleged girlfriend—and left Brixx with a black eye and bloodied bruise.
Following news of the robbery and assault, Rich The Kid’s estranged wife, Lady Luscious of the “Twerk Team,” came forward with the belief that Tori Brixx set up Rich The Kid in the attack. Despite her issues with Rich, accusing him of cheating with multiple women including Brixx back in March, she cited her fear of her children having to go to their father’s funeral if things had taken a turn for the worse on Tori’s account.
"Y'all can feel how y'all want to feel. My kids could have been going to their dads funeral just bc of this dumb ass girl." She penned in a post on her Instagram story. "I just want this to be known when I see @toribrixx I'm beating her ass bc b-tch you know you set him up.”
Now, after dishing out some sage advice during a conversation with TMZ on the topic, The Game has taken to Instagram to provide further developments on his thoughts on the story of this home invasion, leaning toward Lady Luscious’s assertions.
Posting the currently circulating photo of the injured Brixx, The Game warned, “Aye @richthekid you been set up blood..... surround yourself by REAL ONES asap nigga. Tyler Perry, give her a job 🙏🏾 (& that’s a clap, not prayer hands).”
He went on to add more than a few hashtags to further bolster his claims including some that questions why the photo taken by Brixx was on the iPhone’s “Portrait Mode” setting, why she put a hat on, but didn’t wipe off the blood on her face, and why she decided to put lip gloss on before snapping the shot.
Of course, it isn’t necessarily damning evidence of her involvement, but The Game did go on to question other questionable facets of the attack, asking why it allegedly took five men to conduct the home invasion when two is usually the protocol for such actions.