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Rapper offers Kanye West $10 million to skydive in Dubai

The Game has reached out to West, who claims he’s $53 million in debt

Rapper offers Kanye West $10 million to skydive in Dubai
US rapper Kanye West. (Getty Images)

US rapper The Game has offered Kanye West $10 million to skydive with him in Dubai.

The Game’s offer came after West, rapper and fashion designer, took to Twitter to reveal that he is $53 million in debt.

West tweeted, “I write this to you my brothers while still 53 million dollars in personal debt. Please pray we overcome ... This is my true heart.”

West has previously worked with The Game on his 2005 album, “The Documentary.”

The rapper also tweeted Facebook founder and billionaire, Mark Zuckerberg, to invest $1 billion in his “ideas.” He’s also asked Alphabet Inc CEO Larry Page to help him with his financial troubles. Zuckerberg and Page have not responded.

The Game, who is currently in Dubai, posted a tweet yesterday saying, “Let's see how far over the Jumpman Yeezy can jump. I'll pay for the flight. It's 12 noon in Dubai, you got an hour to accept. Call my phone or tweet.”

West, who is yet to reply, also tweeted that people do not give money to “real artists” like him, and would rather open schools in Africa.

West recently debuted his new album, “The Life of Pablo” and clothing collection during New York Fashion Week last Thursday. His latest clothing line is selling coats and jackets for as much as $4,000.

However, the rapper insists he’s in a financial predicament. He tweeted, “If I spent my money on my ideas, I could not afford to take care of my family. I am in a place that so many artists end up.”

West’s wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian, is reportedly worth over $145 million.

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