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Photos: The Game Sells Home And Reveals How Awful He Is At Decorating

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The Game may not need help with his rap game, but he sure does need an interior decorator. The hip-hop artist (whose real name is Jayceon Taylor), 33, recent put his 4,667 square-foot home in Glendale on the market, and in doing so, let the public look into just how color-coordinated he really is.

The two-story property, built in 1958, has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a skylight, a swimming pool, and custom maple cabinets (more than anyone would desire), according to RedFin. Some of the most interesting parts of this home, however, include the mysterious and ominous black egg sitting in his living room, two rooms that seem to color coordinate with his favorite football team, and his gray-blue washer and dryer set that matches with the cabinets. At least the swimming pool looks fine and there's a stone lion at his gate to class up the place a bit.

He bought the house in 2005 for $1.9 million and is selling it for $1.799 million, according to The Los Angeles Times. The Game is a Grammy-nominated artist in the West Coast hip-hop scene, was once a member of 50 Cent's G-Unit group, and joined Birdman's Cash Money Records label earlier this month.