After being humiliated by Interscope Records co-founder Jimmy Iovine in a game against the Los Angeles Lakers, 50 Cent taunted the Game. Through his Instagram account, 50 Cent recalled a previous beef with The Game.
50 Cent ridiculed his friend-turned-foe by sharing a video
The Game, at a Los Angeles Lakers game, was turned down by Jimmy Iovine, the co-founder of Interscope Records and former collaborator of The Game. Jeremy Iovine avoided The Game inside the Crypto.com Arena while 50 Cent trolled his friend-turned-enemy.
He captioned the photo with: “LOL The Man didn’t even look at me.”. “Get this guy out of here 50 wrote the records. LMFAO @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi”.
Wack 100, who recently claimed that The Game ghostwrote for 50 Cent, was referenced in the post. Wack 100, who manages The Game, insinuated that “What Up Gangsta?” is a ghostwritten song during a Sunday Clubhouse show.
50 Cent was warned earlier this month not to reignite their intense feud by The Game. Following the Power executive producer’s scoffing that Kanye West had done more for The Game’s career than Dr. Dre, the West Coast rapper responded.
The Game wrote via Twitter, “Last time you did this with me, G-Unit clothing was put in a casket with the entire group and you ended up on television.” “I like Power n s###…. leave it alone. I’m back outside.”
50 Cent and The Game: Friend-turned-Foes
Over the years, there’s been a thawing of the bad blood between 50 Cent and The Game, but in the past it’s gotten violent. The Hot 97 radio station was the site of an infamous shootout in 2005.
The Game was kicked out of G-Unit by 50 Cent, causing gunfire to erupt. Kevin Reed, who’s affiliated with The Game, survived the shooting, but was injured.
In the comment section of 50 Cent’s post, Game did not waste any time responding with some of his own insults. “Your rap career ended when you wore loli pop strap tank tops, now you’re an actor, and that’s why you turned to tv,” Game snarled.