Amidst the controversy surrounding The Game's Twitter prank, he talked to CNN to apologize for the incident, clear up any misconceptions and tell his side of the story of what happened that day.

He explained his friend grabbed his phone as a prank and proceeded to tweet random numbers on his account, which had nothing to do with internships that were asked for earlier in the day. "I don't ever want to see anybody hurt, I got kids at home, a woman at home - I'm not that guy" he told CNN.

Following his apology, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office considered the matter closed and issued a statement saying they will not seek criminal charges against the rapper.