Video vixen Melyssa Ford is a little bit angry right now due to the fact that California rapper The Game "Jayceon Terell Taylor" called her out on his song "Wouldn't Get Far" which is on his most recent album "Doctor's Advocate".
According to WENN, Canadian-born video vixen Melyssa Ford is a little bit angry right now due to the fact that California rapper The Game "Jayceon Terell Taylor" called her out on his song "Wouldn't Get Far" which is on his most recent album "Doctor's Advocate". The lyrics which Melyssa Ford is upset about goes... "And all these new video b**ches tryin' to be Melyssa Ford / But they don't know Melyssa Ford drives a Honda Accord."
Melyssa Ford was stated to have told sources that she is really confused and saddened that he had decided to include her on a record of his that degrades the characters of women who have worked hard in the industry to make successful careers for themselves.
The additional lyrics in the rap song go on to talk about her being a video vixen going behind closed doors to do whatever it takes to get to the Grammy Awards. "Nobody understands why I am on this record. I am the blueprint for this industry because I have respect for myself," stated Melyssa Ford.
The song also include lyrics about other female celebrities such as Gabrielle Union and Megan Good accusing them of sleeping with rappers to gain success. In addition to the two he also includes several others including Rita Guerrero, Hoopz (I got the scoop on Hoopz, whatever the case/ She'll let you spray in her face long as she Bathing Apes) and others.
In other current news, The Game has been having legal problems with the latest being him impersonating an undercover Police Officer. The taxi cab driver stated to New York police that The Game told him that he was an undercover police and to go through a series of red lights.