Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
At one point in time, Game was a part of the G-Unit crew. This period of time did not last for long. Soon, Game replaced Ja Rule as the biggest rival of G-Unit. Due to Game's inability to get along with the G-Unit crew, he soon found himself off Dr. Dre's Aftermath label.
From 2005 until 2009, Game recorded multiple diss records aimed at both 50 Cent and the crew. 50 Cent initially responded to the disses from Game, but he has since started to ignore them. In 2009, the feud appeared to be over when Game decided to officially end the feud. 50 Cent took advantage of this and dissed Game.
Upon hearing "So Disrespectful," Game re-ignited his beef with 50 Cent and offered to side with Jay-Z if he replied to 50. But, their feud never materialized and Game went on his way. Game often speaks about what G-Unit could have been had they remained together. But, when he last spoke about his upcoming The R.E.D. Album, he said the album could feature anyone except Jay-Z and 50 Cent.
However, Game decided to reach out to 50 Cent for the second time in two months. He has offered for 50 to get on the album, since it is produced by Dr. Dre, who has served as a mentor to both rappers.