On many of his songs, Game tries to paint himself as an icy gangbanger, a Blood without a pulse. When TMZ released this 2000 video of a pre-Game Jayceon Taylor on daytime game show Change of Heart, it showed a very, very different side to the rapper. "I break my back for you!" he said. She said, "He tries to act really macho, but he's not. He's really sensitive!" In the end, he opens his heart to her, and gets rejected for all to see. It's a storyline that would be repeated later with Game and 50 Cent, then Dr. Dre, and most recently with Interscope's label boss Jimmy Iovine casting him aside. Somebody give the poor guy a hug.