|Game and Young Buck hope to record an album in the future.|
More news from the washed up celebrity bin. The hip-hop stans aren't saying GGGG-Unit.
They're not rocking the G-Unit Sneakers. They're not drinking the Formula 50 Vitamin Water. G-Unit Clothing is either in a Goodwill or a local flea market. The G-Unit video games are probably in the clearance music store.
Man, how the mighty have fallen!
When Get Rich or Die Tryin' came out, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson was a in demand rapper. The album went on to be one of the best albums so far. It sold over 8 million albums.
Being a signed act on Eminem's Shady Records and Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment, 50 Cent built a legacy of firearms, bitches and narcotics. When the label was in its prime, G-Unit had 50 Cent on top.
50 Cent picked fights with Ja Rule, Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Jadakiss, Bill O'Reilly, Oprah, and his own family.
50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and The Game were at the top during their rise to chart topping sales. The downward spiral began when 50 Cent "fired" The Game from the group.
Game would later retaliate against 50 Cent by "exposing" his fake gangsta cred. He would release a handful of disses aimed at his former boss and his crew. 50 Cent would later dismiss Young Buck in 2007 and Lloyd Banks in 2011.
50 Cent once stated that if he had to do over, he wouldn't ever resign them "bum Niggas" to the label.
|50 Cent, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Game, and Tony Yayo.|
He would file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection in August 2010, shortly after an IRS raid on his home. His bankruptcy lawyer later told The City Paper that he was planning to sue 50 Cent and other parties over the record contract dispute.
During this incident, the rapper lost his home got his children's toys lifted, his Escalade reposed and his wife's wedding ring removed.
The IRS made plans to auction off Young Buck's seized property on October 28, 2010, but his legal counsel filed suit to halt the sale, while simultaneously re-filing a revised bankruptcy petition that no longer referenced a $5 million legal claim against 50 Cent and other parties associated with G-Unit.
|50 Cent has kept a relatively low profile since his domestic dispute charge. He's working on his reality based show. Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks released mixtapes this year. 50 Cent is considering dumping the G-Unit brand and reestablishing his own brand of talents.|
Game and Buck would later record more disses aiming at 50 Cent, Eminem and Dr. Dre for being "backstabbers". And they were hoping that Interscope would finally release them from their obligations as recording artists.
Game would later settle his feuds with Dr. Dre, Suge Knight and Big Sean. And even posed in pictures with them.
Buck would get out of the iron college and make peace with his former G-Unit crew (with exception of 50 Cent).
It's confirmed that Game and Young Buck working back together.
Game got dropped from Interscope. He would end up signing to Cash Money Records. His previous album Jesus Piece was considered a flop despite having some decent songs on the album. Many consider the Cash Money move a mistake. He will compete with Grammy award winning acts Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lil' Wayne.
But if you're on the only label that manages to put hits out, Game made the right decision.
Buck hasn't released an album since his sophomore album Buck The World came out.
The last Aftermath Entertainment acts that came out this year were Kendrick Lamar and Eminem.
The last Shady Records artists that came out were Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse and Bad Meets Evil.
Dr. Dre's Detox is postponed and 50 Cent's album is heavily delayed.
50 Cent had threatened to dump Eminem and Dr. Dre when this album drops.
Young Buck and Game were once trading insults and threats online, now it's BFFs again.
What's your thoughts on this?
Do you think that these entertainers are way pass their prime or still rocking the beats?