Game is planning a special concert in L.A. to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of The Documentary this month. The anniversary show is set to go down at L.A.’s Belasco Theater on Jan. 18, the same date that the album was originally released.
The Compton native will be performing The Documentary in its entirety, for the “1st and only time” in his career, he said in an Instagram post. The night will also feature special guests. “You do not want to miss this s**t !!! No work or school on Monday due to the Martin Luther King holiday so you know we can get turnt up Sunday night !!!!” Game wrote on Instagram.
One person who'll be skipping the celebration is 50 Cent. Even though the multi-platinum debut came out under the Queens native's label (along with Interscope and Dr. Dre’s Aftermath imprint), Game shut down a possible truce after a fan wrote on Instagram, “What if @50Cent and @losangelesconfidential squashed the beef and performed the songs they did together.”
While the two sharing a stage would “sell out every venue” around the world and “shut hip hop down,” it won’t be happening because the they are “sworn enemies,” the Compton rapper said in response to the fan.
Tickets for Game’s anniversary show are on sale now, via ticketweb.com/rtdpromotions.
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