The Game and 50 Cent End 12-Year Feud
Rappers 50 Cent and The Game have officially ended their 12-year feud and the pair did so in grand style.
Yesterday night, the longtime rivals were spotted hanging out with strippers at the VIP section of the Ace of Diamonds club in Los Angeles. At some point, The Game took the mic and officially announced that there was no longer bad blood between himself and 50 cent.
“I fuck with 50, what happened that shit was twelve years ago, n*ggas ain’t on that shit… Ain’t nobody on that old shit.” he said. He was then later seen smiling with 50 as they continued to party.
See the clip below.
The Game squashed issues with 50 Cent while in the club with him pic.twitter.com/wbLJE1cLPi
— Kenny (@PhillyCustoms) August 2, 2016
In May, there were rumours that the former G-Unit members were reuniting but they were shut down by the Game. “He’s (50 cent) doing his thing man, I’m doing mine thang, Banks, Buck, Yayo, they all doing their thang. Everybody just doin’ their thang man” the rapper said.
Now it seems there is the possibility of a G-Unit reunion and fans can’t hold their excitement about it. Some even went ahead to ask 50 to put The Game on his TV show, Power.
The Game and 50’s beef started in 2005 after the former was publicly dismissed from G Unit by 50 Cent. Since then, both rappers have released over 100 diss songs directed at each other.
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