It seems like The Game is on the verge of a breakdown. The Compton rapper took to his Instagram last night (April 10) to reveal some deep routed emotions currently surrounding the alleged domestic violence dispute with long time on-again-off-again girlfriend, Tiffney Cambridge.

TMZ broke the story about Tiffney Cambridge filing a restraining order against The Game after a heated argument on March 19th. Apparently a table broke during the intense discussion, ultimately injuring the kids, including 3-year-old Cali who’s leg was said to have been bleeding.

The Game, who’s real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, has openly denied the allegations, saying he “never laid a hand on her”. In his open letter, The Game criticized Cambridge for refusing any visitation with his kids.

The Game on not seeing his children:
"Doing the best I can not to break.. But it's funny how someone you've done so much for can be so ugly & cruel as to keep my children away from me vindictively because I've decided to move on with my life. I love all 3 of my kids more than life itself & it's one thing to keep me away from them.. & them away from me but @harlemcarontaylor hasn't seen his younger brother or sister in a month & just texted me "Dad, how come Justice can't come to my house" & I have to lie to him because he's to young to understand the real reason why. I know they ask about me, I know they love me & I know they miss me as much as I miss them but were not allowed to see each other & for what ??? “- via The Game’s Instagram

The Game on his love for his children:
"As if I haven't been there for them everyday since the day they were born.... They are the only reason I care about breathing another day on earth... They are the sole reason I have become a better person... They are the reason I give back, the reason I help people & the reason I wake up everyday with a smile on my face. Most importantly... They are MY CHILDREN & we deserve to be in each other's lives forever. What kind of person would get in the middle of someone's devoted fatherhood when there are countless women out here that are raising there children on there own with no one to help."- via The Game’s Instagram-Morgan Murrell