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A new law banning saggy pants in Wildwood, N.J., is not sitting well with The Game, who says such a move is basically racism by another name.

Anyone on the coastal city’s boardwalk whose pants sag more than three inches below the hips, with skin or underwear exposed, is breaking the law.

First time offenders are subject to fines ranging from $25-100, with second offenses reaching $200 and community service. Seriously, this is a thing.

Along with several other rappers, Game is pissed. And urging action.

“N****s should sag down to their socks out there. They trying to get people to not sag, please. Can’t tell people how to wear their f***ing clothes,” he said.


“What time are we in? This ain’t the f***ing slave days. F*** that.”

Game notes, “I am with the sagging movement. First five people to get fines, I will pay their tickets … I will go there and sag cause I am a sagging Sagittarius.”


The law, which is similar to a recent Louisana saggy pants ban, is set to go into effect next month. Your take on the saggy pants ban: Right or wrong?