50 is a changed man
50 ended his beef with Cam’ron earlier this week when the two were spotted hanging out together. Years ago, Cam and 50 went at it because of a phone call that took place at HOT 97. The two traded barbs over record sales and of course, that spilled over to their raps. A week later, 50 came out with “Funeral Music”, while Cam’ron gave his best efforts on “Curtis”.
Even before the flick caused tremors on Instagram, 50 and Cam both said back in 2011 that the beef was behind them. The pictures today, just serve as the icing on the cake.
Besides Ja Rule, 50’s beef with Game was probably his second messiest one ever. No one, and we mean no one, ever thought that these two would be cordial again. It all began when Game was on the radio speaking fondly of Jadakiss and Fat Joe. This of course vexed 50 Cent because he saw Game’s supportas signs of disloyalty. So, 50 ousted Game out of G-Unit, and in return, the Compton rapper launched several loaded diss records at his old comrades. The two spent years going back and forth, with no sides showing any signs of giving in nor calling a truce.
All that changed last month when the two were spotted partying together at the Ace of Diamonds in Los Angeles. The Game shouted to the crowd, “I f*ck with 50. “What happened, that s— was 12 years ago.”
50 was so ruthless at a point, that he even cut off everyone from his group. His reasoning behind it? He needed his boys to grow on their own and not rely on him so heavily. So, 50 pulled away, and watched his beef with Yayo, Buck, and Banks grow day after day. After awhile, 50 decided to bring the band back together and drop several projects with them like The Beauty of Independence in 2014 and The Beast if G-Unit in 2015.
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