G-Unit boss 50 Cent has updated fans on the status of his relationship with former group member Game and explained why they will never collaborate.
According to Fif, his reason for not wanting to work with Game again stems from not understanding their 2005 falling out.
“They always ask the Game situation, ‘Yo, would you work with him again?’ No. No, because I don’t know where it started from – people don’t have to like you, you can be on the street. A person can not like you from across the street and don’t know you from nowhere, just don’t like you. If there’s no explanation, then you have to assume that’s how he felt from the beginning. I don’t know, if there’s no logic connected to it, then you can’t understand where it came from.” (“The Whoolywood Shuffle”)
Despite going at 50 multiple times in the past, Game recently said they did not have any issues.
“Nah, you know what, I haven’t seen 50 in like 10 years. And I ain’t got no beef with him these days. I watch ‘Power’ sometimes. I think it’s a cool series. I’m into ‘Power’ and my Netflix and ‘Narcos’ and all of that. And ‘Empire,’ I watch ‘Scandal,’ but yeah, I ain’t got no beef with him. He’s gonna do his thing and obviously I’m doing my thing.” (SKEE TV)
A screenshot of Game allegedly responding to a G-Unit reunion question on Instagram surfaced earlier this year.
Instead of holding any grudges, Game admitted he could only applaud Fif’s G-Unit reunion in summer 2014.
“I saw the picture and really instantly thought that that was cool of him with all the money he got because he don’t need music no more to give [Lloyd] Banks, [Tony] Yayo and definitely [Young] Buck ’cause that’s my partner, the chance to go back out there and do shows, make money. G-Unit, the name, will pack a building. They get to split that up and that was my first and only thought on it.” (“Big Boy’s Neighborhood”)