Once upon a time, The Game and 50 Cent were on the same label, G-Unit, and the two collaborated on Game’s first album, The Documentary.
However, things started to get fuzzy between The Game and the G-Unit not too long after the release. G-Unit denounced his street credibility in the media and claimed that, without their support, he would not make a success if he made a second album. The Game replied in a performance at the Summer Jam and launched a boycott of G-Unit called “G-Unot.”
“G-g-g-g-u-not!!!!” The Game sneered throughout his set as he appeared at Giants Stadium, which is actually in New Jersey, decked out in a matching Mets fitted cap and baseball jersey, said The Game.
“I ain’t no solider and I don’t follow suit like Yayo and Lloyd Banks,” he continued to a mixed reaction of boos and cheers.
It would take some time, but each party would eventually squash their beef.
On Wednesday after, Game’s manager Wack 100 was on Clubhouse in the 100 podcast room, part of a new podcast that he is rolling out with CEO Reek. Joe Budden was also in the room.
“For the record, I was never worried about 50 Cent and Game, but Joe had me a little worried,” said Wack 100.
Later on, in the conservation Wack, 100 asked Joe Budden to get on The Game’s upcoming album, but Budden respectfully declined.
“I’m not a rapper anymore,” said Budden.
Wack 100 replied, “I’m I’ll get you on the phone with Game.”
Budden replied, “I’ll get on the phone to say hello and peace and love to all.”
Wack 100 replied, “We gotta send Joe some fan hate mail [because] he is denying us. You can’t deny the fans f*** that s*** bro. What about us bro?
Joe replied, “I’m not denying the fans.”
Wack 100 replied, “What, you mean? That has never happened a Joe Budden and Game record.”
Joe replied, “I’m releasing music.”
Joe is focused on his podcast and his television show on REVOLT TV.