The Game and 50 Cent continue to take shots at one another on stage and social media. 50 Cent has now responded back to the Compton rapper who dissed him live on stage in Houston.
Since his release of Drillmatic, The Game has made headlines with his Eminem obsession, claiming the youth can’t relate to Tupac and now by dissing 50 Cent live on stage in Houston. It all started when 50 Cent won 3 Emmys for the 2022 Pepsi Halftime Show. The awards consisted of Outstanding Variety Special (Live), Outstanding Music Direction, and Outstanding Production Design For A Variety.
The Game did not shy away when it came to expressing his feelings towards the Halftime show which did not include him. “We on the West Coast are the only muthaf**kas who have this crab-in-a-barrel mentality, where we wanna keep ni**as down. Snoop Dogg was there because he’s safe and he’s a legend. Snoop is icon. Dre is icon. Em is an icon, but Em is not from L.A. 50 is not from L.A. I’m not taking away from the fact that they were on the Super Bowl, but L.A. ni**as wouldn’t have been in the Detroit Super Bowl or New York Super Bowl. It just wouldn’t have happened,” The Game said back in June on the I Am Athlete podcast. “The f***ing Rams was in the Super Bowl, bro” he continued. “L.A., L.A., L.A. all around the Super Bowl and I didn’t get the call. I was hurt by that.”
50 Cent had no problem showing off his new Emmy. “I just won my Emmy award [clapping emojis] for the super bowl half time show. LOL,” he wrote. Fif wasn’t done yet as he posted and deleted a pic of the Compton rapper with a caption that read, “No caption needed.” As seen below The Game responded and the two former label mates traded blows on social media.
The Game recently took things a bit further during the Legends Only Concert in Houston. “I’ma tell everybody in here: I still don’t f**k with 50 Cent. He a bitch ni**a. It ain’t no cut with that ni**a. Next time we in the same place ni**a, shit getting thrown. I don’t f**k with that ni**a, he a sucker ni**a,” The Game said live on stage. “I’ma say it in Houston, I’ll say it in New York, I’ll say it anywhere ni**a, that ni**a’s a straight bi**h. And I like the TV show. Ni**a, now put that on the internet.”
50 Cent once again responded as he shared the video on his social media accounts. “👀oh no, you making me nervous now you know it’s not safe around me 😆when i’m nervous.LOL,” Fif wrote in the caption.