Rappers can be heroes not with their lyrics, but with their courageous actions.
The Game may have possibly saved the life of a man who had seriously injured himself after a bicycle accident on a street in Los Angeles, according to TMZ.
While the 32-year-old rapper – born Jayceon Terrell Taylor – was driving home from his studio on Wednesday morning when he took notice of a man lying face down with a bicycle on top of him.
The towering 6 ft., 4-in., hip-hop-artist-turned-actor tells the website, he pulled over to see if he could help, and then he noticed the man was unresponsive, he wasted not time calling 911.
"I couldn’t just keep driving seeing a man in pain with his head on the ground,” The Game said.
The Millionare Boyz Club actor waited until the paramedics arrived, and saw the man get transported to a local hospital.
The Los Angeles Police Department tell the website that individual is alive, and is recovering from his injuries, also confirming the former G-Unit rapper made the life-saving call to get help.
"If that was me in that situation,” The Game added. “I'd want someone to do the same thing.”