The Game’s Good Deeds Continue: Rapper Donates $5K to Help Bury 2-Year-Old Zanai Noel

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Rapper The Game (real name Jayceon Taylor) continues to lend his celebrity to help those who have suffered personal tragic losses in their family. This week, on his personal Instagram page, the 33-year-old rapper shared a heart-breaking story about a 2-year-old California girl who had died. He wrote:

Meet 2 1/2 year old Zanai Noel……. Who died in her sleep 3 days ago due to reasons not yet known until autopsy reports are returned to her parents Robert & Ayisha by the coroners office this week. I saw this story on my timeline & I sware every time it’s a child my heart drops to the floor…. As a parent of three & for any of you who are parents reading this…. There is no worst fear than losing YOUR CHILD !!!!!!!!!! I never want to know this pain & can only be sorry that Robert & Ayisha had to endure such a tragedy. Baby only spent 2 1/2 years on this earth & now that is no more. If God doesn’t answer anything for me please answer the WHY of how children so precious, beautiful & innocent are taken from us like this….. I’ll never understand but in the wake of this tragedy & on behalf of@therobinhoodproject ….. Me & @_genius_cole are donating the $5,000 the parents were trying to raise to help with the burial of this sweet lil angel. These stories kill me inside & make a nigga cry over & over again but my heart beats for the people of the world so here I am…. FOLLOW @therobinhoodproject & hash tag#therobinhoodproject to keep up with me on my journey to give back to the people of the world. Also FOLLOW Zanai’s parents Ayisha @puresimplicity228 & Robert @smooth_operator & give them your prayers & support – The Game

Sharing similar stories and providing financial assistances to such sad causes aren’t new. Last month, he and rapper Snoop Lion helped pay the funeral costs for Tiana Ricks, a 6-year-old girl, who was gunned down in an apparent gang-related shooting in Moreno Valley.