50 Cent And The Game Are Now on Hugging Terms

NEW YORK - MARCH 9: (L-R) Rappers 50 Cent and The Game make an appearance at the Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture to announce they will put their differences aside and make amends on March 9, 2005 in New York City.  (Photo by Peter Kramer/Getty Images

50 Cent And The Game Are Now on Hugging Terms

They put aside their differences in da club.

Published August 2, 2016

There once was a time, i.e. most of the past decade, where The Game and 50 Cent had beef so thick, neither thought they would ever be in the same room without there being a problem.

Last night (Aug. 1) the notorious rivalry took an unexpected turn when none other than The Game himself got on the mic to address the elephant in the room — that he and Fif were being civil to each other.

“I f**k with 50,” The Game addressed a curious crowd. “What happened, that s**t was 12 years ago. N****s ain’t on that s**t. Drink your motherf**king Effen.”

This year saw several signs of the long-standing beef being reconciled, including The Game drunkenly praising Fif’s vodka brand, and when responding to rumors of a G-Unit reunion, saying things like “2016, I got too much money to be mad,” while also contradicting himself saying that the rumors came out of nowhere and he “couldn’t see [a reunion] happening.”

Regardless of where the two may stand outside of the club, last night was all about putting old bad blood aside and coming together to enjoy the same party. Oh, and hug it out.

Check out footage from 50 Cent and The Game’s possible truce below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Peter Kramer/Getty Images)


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