Fif says West Coast rapper keeps beef going out of desperation.
The conflict between 50 Cent and Game has grown stale in the hip hop headlines over the past few years and according to 50, it has also become a one-sided affair as well.
During an interview with Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex yesterday [September 20], Fif shared his eyewitness account of the alleged fight between Ray J and Fabolous and also addressed his long-running beef with Game, who recently attempted to "out" the G-Unit general on Twitter.
The Queens rapper told Flex that Game's comments can be summed up in one word: "desperation."
"I got a word for everything that you see from that guy," said 50. "It's desperation.… It's when you hurting, you gotta make some kind of conversation. What song is playing from his new LP?"
After Flex hesitated to answer, 50 quipped "There's nothing playing. There is no song playing across the country. We can check it. We can check the BDS. There's nothing there. It's desperation B."
Instead of rap beef, 50 Cent is focusing on becoming a serious actor. He made another step toward that goal by recently accepting a role in the film The Frozen Ground alongside John Cusack, Nicholas Cage and Vanessa Hudgens.
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