Tony Yayo appeared on My Expert Opinion podcast, where the New York rapper suggested The Game and Young Buck apologize to 50 Cent.
“Yo Game! Apologize to 50 and Eminem. Yo Buck! Apologize to 50. Banks, you know what it is and we can go get this money. Let’s go a couple of millions. Let’s get 30-40 million. We don’t even gotta talk. You stay in your dressing room with Wack and all of them and we stay over here and we get this money,” Yayo suggested on the My Expert Opinion podcast.
The Game and 50 Cent fallout occurred on February 28th of 2005, when 50 Cent went on Hot 97 and fired The Game live on air. According to 50 Cent, The Game was disloyal, despite Fif helping with the success of Game’s Aftermath debut album “The Documentary.” 50 Cent, who helped pen the album’s first two singles, “Westside Story” and “How We Do,” also appeared on three songs, including the LP’s third single, “Hate It Or Love It.”
Fast forward to 2022 and 50 Cent and The Game continued to trade shots on social media. Their heated feud added a new layer when 50 Cent appeared on the 2022 Super Bowl Halftime show in Los Angeles. The Pepsi show featured Eminem, Mary J, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Fif. The Game, from Compton, was clearly not happy being left out of the all-star lineup.
“The real reason I wasn’t on the Super Bowl [Halftime Show] is because I’m not a ‘safe’ artist,’” he explained in a teaser. “You don’t know what the Game gon’ do when he get up there. So, it’s just like, ‘He not safe,’ so they went with the safe artists,” Game explained on I Am Athlete. “Snoop Dogg 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’re were on the Super Bowl, but L.A. [artists] wouldn’t have been in the Detroit Super Bowl or New York Super Bowl. It just wouldn’t have happened … L.A., L.A., L.A. all around the Super Bowl and I didn’t get the call.”
Although it is highly unlikely The Game would ever apologize to Fif, according to Tony Yayo, even with an apology 50 Cent will never reunite with the Compton rapper. But that still doesn’t rule out the opportunity to “get money” with a G-Unit reunion without Fif. “James Crew said 50 Cent ruined G-Unit,” Yayo continued. “I’m not gonna say it was Buck’s fault, but it was more of Buck’s fault. If a ni**a said, ‘Yo, I got 30 for Banks, 20 for Buck, 15 for Yayo.’ ‘Ni**a man I need 30 man!’ It’s like always a problem. It’s business.”