The Game is celebrating his son Harlem’s 13th birthday with a little help from his superstar friends.
On Friday, the proud papa posted a series of videos from famous pals wishing his new teenager a happy born day. The impressive list of celebrities includes Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Tyrese, Ty Dolla $ign, and Jaden Smith.
“Happy 13th birthday,” Smith said in a video shot at the airport. “You’re the man. Keep inspiring the world…Tell everybody at the party I said what’s up. You’re the man, bro.”
The b-day wishes continued with K-Dot. Game’s fellow Compton MC shared his wishes, calling himself Harlem’s “big bro.”
“It’s big bro, Kendrick Lamar, wishing you a happy 13th birthday,” said the TDE spitter. “Make sure you turn up! Many more, man. Keep doing good, alright?”
Cassie and Diddy also shared their birthday wishes (separately). Puff filmed his celebratory vid in a vehicle, honoring Harlem’s name and his “soul.”
“Man, what a name, Harlem,” he says. “What a king, Harlem. Watching you grow up, you epitomize what Harlem’s all about: the flyness, the soul, the beauty. Keep shining, baby. This from your uncle, Diddy. Harlem, I love you. Keep doing your thing.”
One of the more surprising clips comes from a former Game rival, Young Thug.
“Make sure you stay in school, ni**a,” Thugga says. “Make sure you graduate. Make sure you bring your dad way much more than he ever thought about bringing you. Make sure you take care of your little sister. And first and foremost, I meant last, which means best for last, take care of your momma and your daddy, which is The Game. Salute, Harlem. Happy 13th birthday, man.”
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More birthday wishes followed from DJ Mustard, Tyga, Fat Joe, Kourtney Kardashian, Carmelo Anthony, Travis Barker, Nick Cannon, Floyd Mayweather, and Klay Thompson, among others.
Happy birthday, Harlem!