HOLLYWOOOD - SEPTEMBER 10: Hip Hop artist The Game performs at the "ReAct Now: Music & Relief" benefit concert at Paramount Studios on September 9, 2005 in Hollywood, California. The special, featuring musical performances from a wide array of artists, seeks to raise much-needed funds for The American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, America's Second Harvest and similar organizations as they continue their relief efforts in the devastating wake of Hurricane Katrina. (Photo by Amanda Edwards/Getty Images)

The halftime show for this year’s big game was like never before. We a lot of artists, but not The Game. He shares why he was upset he wasn’t asked to perform.

There is no denying this year’s halftime show during the big game was one for the culture. From Dr. Dre, to Snoop, to Mary J Blige, to 50 Cent, it was amazing. I somewhat do understand what The Game is saying. Even with Kendrick Lamar, the halftime show was full of west coast acts with the majority being from Los Angeles. The Game felt as though he should have been asked.

There are indeed a lot of moving parts with a show of that magnitude. There also isn’t a lot of time. Adding another performance could have meant that someone else would be removed from the show. Either way, The Game has every right to feel how he does because they are his feelings. The real question comes in asking if you think his feelings were rational and/or necessary?