Gabriel Olsen/Getty ImagesIf there is a G-Unit reunion, don’t expect The Game to be down with his former boss, 50 Cent.
The Compton rapper tells HipHopDX, “I don’t know where that came from man, but I can’t see that happening no time in the near future.” He continues, “You know he’s doing his thing, I’m doing my thing. [Lloyd] Banks, [Young] Buck and [Tony] Yayo, they all doing their thing.”
Talk of a reunion took off when The Game’s protégé, Pharoah, posted an Instagram photo of himself in the same building as 50 Cent.
Even though The Game says he does not expect to work again with G-Unit, apparently the beef, which escalated into a famous gun brawl in 2005, has quieted down.
“Positivity is all love these days,” says The Game. “2016, we’re trying to keep everybody alive out here.”
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