50 Cent and The Game have renewed their age-long beef after Super Bowl Halftime Show.
The long-running foes are squabbling once more, this time over the Super Bowl Halftime Show. In recognition of the February performance, which also included Dr Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige, 50 received his first Emmy on Saturday for Outstanding Variety Special (Live).
The Game has felt a certain way about not performing in the halftime show, and 50 used his victory to get back at the Compton rapper. Game’s picture with the message “No caption needed” was shared by 50 after he won the Emmy.
Game replied by posting a photo of 50 with the same text and making fun of his appearance with the hashtags #SpicyAssNi**a, #whatYoEyeBrowDoin, and #YoTieBlowingInTheWindLol.
— 50cent (@50cent) September 4, 2022
As part of his ongoing teasing of Game regarding the success of his most recent album Drillmatic, 50 posted the well-known GIF of him passing by in a car.
I’m sorry you didn’t get one, but oh no. If you need someone to talk to after the first week, I’m available. LOL,” 50 jokingly penned in his caption.
Drillmatic actually debuted with 25,000 units in its first week, not the 18k that 50 stated, as HipHop-N-More notes.
This conversation between 50 and Game is the most recent. Over the years, they have insulted one another on social media. Game asserted that he put an end to his 50’s rap career back in March. “@50cent He informed the “Power” producer, “Last time you did this with me, G-Unit apparel got put in a casket with the entire group & you went into television.
They have also disputed their claims to authoring credits. The game recently clarified the rumours around the authorship of his 50 duet “How We Do,” and 50 responded to Wack 100’s assertion that Game was the author of “What Up Gangsta.”