West Coast rapper Game recently opened up about considering a G-Unit reunion and said he would be down to re-connect with 50 Cent for financial purposes.
Game said a reunion could help benefit all parties and there would be no need for apologies on either side.
“It’s a new day and it’s really time to get money you know what I’m saying — So all I’m saying is why not get out here wing it like Voltron and sh*t,” Game said in an interview. “Bring it back full circle and make some motherf*ckin’ money…I wasn’t opposed to it…He got an ego. I got an ego. Ain’t nobody apologizing. Ain’t nobody saying that they was wrong, but you ain’t gotta do that to make amends. You just gotta get together, do the sh*t, and you can do it for the sake of money. We don’t gotta break no peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in half and do the sh*t. Come to an agreement as men, get the sh*t done like men.” (Hip Hop DX)
Game recently said a truce may be possible sometime in the near future.
“I think that in life anything can be mended. Right now, I haven’t talked to 50. I don’t talk to him but um, I’m not saying that that can’t happen in the future or that it will or won’t. But I think he’s fine doing him and I’m fine doing me. And if the stars ever aligned and if that day comes where we can have a conversation and then chop it up and we can come to some type of happy medium, you know, I’m wit’ it. But as of now, I guess he’s doing him and I’m doing me.” (All Hip Hop)
Last month, Game reflected on the aftermath of his departure from G-Unit five years ago.
“I think in that situation, everybody lost,” Game said about his 2005 break-up with G-Unit. “I think when we were the mighty mighty G-Unit, we were strong and like the modern day N.W.A. and I think everybody suffered from the break. First and foremost, Yayo and Banks, and then Buck and then myself and 50. He’s not comfortable in hip-hop right now, I’m still here but it’s not what it was at its peak. Everybody is just maintaining what they have and even Dre and Em, the whole outfit. I think we would have been hundreds and millions of albums sold right now had we [stayed together.] But we didn’t and I don’t like to look back and regret, I just like to look and reflect, analyze the situation — and now it’s time to move on.” (“Jenny Boom Boom”)
G-Unit producer Sha Money XL recently spoke with SOHH about Game and Young Buck’s exits from 50’s camp.
“I tip my hat off to 50 because he helped a lot of real n*ggas get money and a lot of artists that came up, Banks is chilling, Yayo is chilling, Buck was chilling, I don’t know where he at right now but he was good. Even Game, that’s why he was called ‘Hurricane,’ because he was riding that G-Unit wave, where’s that sh*t at now? Those guys still make those records and obviously it’s not the same quality of music so had he still been on G-Unit, I think he would be on fire right now. That sound, ‘Hate It Or Love It,’ you can never make that record again. I just don’t do the turn love and then turn cold a n*gga and get crazy with him in public type of thing. That sh*t is for cowards and n*ggas that just want attention, I don’t do that.” (SOHH)
Check out Game speaking on G-Unit below: