One of the most notable beefs in the last 12 years of rap was resolved last night at a strip club.
With a visit to Ace of Diamonds in Los Angeles, 50 Cent and The Game formally ended a dispute that had lasted more than a decade. The two hung out at the club, and Game went on stage to make a speech that made the resolution official.
“I fuck with 50,” Game said. “What happened, that shit was 12 years ago. Niggas ain’t on that shit.”
The feud between 50 and Game lasted so long it seemed like it would never end. Game was brought into the rap game as a member of 50’s group G-Unit, and the two made magic on songs like “How We Do” and “Hate It Or Love It,” both highlights from Game’s debut album, The Documentary. But after Game said he didn’t have any issues with Jadakiss or Fat Joe, who 50 was publicly beefing with at the time, the west coast rapper was given the boot. 50 essentially drew a clear line in the sand: if you weren’t fully with him, you were against him, which meant as far as he was concerned, Game was against him.