Remember when everything was all good between 50 Cent and The Game? It definitely seems like a distant memory. It’s been over a decade, and G-Unit and The Game still haven’t squashed all of their differences, much due to the pride of 50 Cent. While Game has reached out and touched base with out G-Unit members over the years, 50 and Game still aren’t on good terms, and it doesn’t look like it will get better any time soon. We’re still rooting for a reunion, but as of this week when Game hung out with Lloyd Banks, we shouldn’t hold onto hope.
Check out a timeline of G-Unit and The Game’s beef on the following pages.
50 Cent and The Game build tension before the release of Game’s album
The Game didn’t want to participate in the beefs that G-Unit had with other rappers. He even wanted to work with artists that the group was feuding with.
The Game releases The Documentary, but 50 Cent felt he wasn’t credited
50 felt as though he wasn’t given proper credit for writing 5 songs on The Documentary. The Game later denied that he wrote them.