Friday, February 19, 2016

Old Wounds Never Heal!

The Unit in 2003. Young Buck, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, The Game and 50 Cent. 

The Game and Lloyd Banks pose for a social media photo. It kind of seems like it's 50 Cent isn't keen to Banks posing with Game.

Game and his crew saw Banks and his crew in the playground of Dubai. They were cordial enough to take a picture together. No guns drawn. No fists or insults on each others.

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All peace and respect. But it didn't go good for the Unit 's capo.

50 is taking a jab at the two for the picture. He says that this is the biggest confusion to hit him.

Before he scrubbed the post on Instagram, 50 said, "What do you see when you look at this picture? I see confusion, I'm not sure if it's just me, I'm a Cancer shit don't get old with me," wrote the Queens rapper. "I never ask for trouble but I really don't have a problem with it I'm different. The question isn't how I feel about it, but how dose ( Lodi Mac ) feel about it? Some shit is just better off left alone."

It's the feud that never ends. Over 10 years ago, Game was signed to the Unit. Game and 50 were cool for some point but it went downhill.

Game and 50 got into it over the release of The Documentary and The Massacre. 50 said that Game didn't give credit to the Unit when they contributed to his album. He fired Game out the cannon on radio and it led to a member of Game's posse getting shot.

Jimmy Iovine at the time ordered them to settle the feud. They made public statement saying that the tensions between the two have settled. The tensions escalated when 50 and Game traded bars on their mixtapes. Game released the 300 Bars and let 50 and The Unit have it.

Game was eventually fired out the cannon with Aftermath. He would release his other albums on Geffen and eOne Entertainment.

50 was eventually fired out the cannon with Aftermath and Shady Records. He blamed Dr. Dre and Eminem for stalling his releases. So 50 and The Unit went on to Caroline Records to release his music.

So far, the rappers are struggling to stay afloat. They don't sell the platinum albums like they used to. They compete with mainstream acts like Future, Drake, Macklemore, Pitbull and Nicki Minaj.

Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd settled their feud with Game. 50 and Tony Yayo said, "they'll die happy knowing Game ain't around!"

Game still sneak disses 50 and Yayo occasionally. This feud will never end.

Matter of fact, Game has not buried the hatchet with another rapper in the game. Game had enough of "phony Bloods" running their mouths. He's aiming at Young Thug for being a "pussyboi who dressing in women's wear". This feud started when Game came to defense of fellow Blood, Lil' Wayne when he was threatened retaliation against Birdman for his royalties.

Lil' Wayne has since settled the feud with Birdman and Thugger.

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