50 Cent & The Game

As time passes and it becomes years since some of our favorite groups growing up have made music as a collective, tons of artists from rap to pop have linked back up for an appearance, a show, sometimes even a tour or an album. Unfortunately, we can definitely count G-Unit out.

Despite The Game’s online petition earlier this year to get the fans’ help to convince 50 Cent to reunite the original G-Unit and end the beef, he’s said it before and he’s saying it again: Fif will never work with The Game. In a new interview with Complex, the G-Unit general spoke on reuniting the original 5 members: himself, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and The Game. Check out what he said below.
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“G-Unit is something that I built, with the momentum of 50 Cent and the music I created. They had the opportunities. The object was to grow it outside from the people that was around me, but people change and won’t stay the same. As relationships grow older, everyone is off into their own little things. Unless you gonna hold them into the way they think like—”you better not think you gonna do something else,” like that—that was the Death Row motto. They kept them in check so they didn’t move out of the way. And if you don’t do that because you wanna see them grow to their highest potential, and they don’t want it: Where is it?

“It’ll never be five. That’ll never happen. I don’t even know if that’s possible because I don’t talk to them. I haven’t had communications with Young Buck since he been out of jail. I’ll never work with Game.”

Like, evuh evuh? Maybe just maybe he’ll have a change of heart! (Pun intended.)

Read more over at: Complex