Since The Game was publicly dismissed from G Unit by 50 Cent in 2005 over 100 diss records have been released in what's fast becoming one of the longest feuds hip hop has seen. This is the history of their beef.
Peace at last.
50 Cent and The Game appear to have ended their decade-long feud, after they were spotted hanging out together at King Of Diamonds Strip Club in LA.
The rappers, who have been at odds since The Game left G-Unit over 10 years ago , partied together before the Compton rapper grabbed the microphone and made an important declaration.
“I f*ck with 50,” he said. “What happened, that sh*t was 12 years ago. Ni**as ain’t on that sh*t. Drink your motherf*ckin’ Effen…Ain’t nobody on that old sh*t.”
Watch the moment below:
This is a dramatic turn of events for 50, who appeared to have a serious problem with the fact Game took a picture together with Lloyd Banks in January .
At the time, 50 said: “Sh*t don’t get old with me. I never ask for trouble but I really don’t have a problem with it. I’m different.”
Their beef spans back to the early noughties, when The Game developed a feud with his own G-Unit members, before launching a G-Unot campaign.
The pair have been beefing since, with a number of diss tracks and physical altercations taking place over the years.