The Game and 50 Cent won’t be staging a G-Unit reunion anytime soon.
During an interview on the set of his “Roped Off” music video, the Compton rapper squashed rumors of a reconciliation with his former crew.
“I don’t know where that came from, man, but I can’t see that happening no time in the near future,” Game told HipHopDX. “You know [50’s] doing his thing, I’m doing my thing. [Lloyd] Banks, [Young] Buck, [Tony] Yayo, they all doing their thing.”
Still, Game says that doesn’t mean that there’s any bad blood amongst the rappers. “Positivity is all love these days,” he added. “2016, we’re trying to keep everybody alive out here.”
The rumors were partly sparked last week when images of The Game and 50 Cent were tagged at the same location on Instagram. Later, it was revealed that they were at the same place at different times. In February, Game also fueled those talks when he posed for a photo with Banks, a move that made 50 Cent lash out.
Elsewhere in the new interview, Game said that “Roped Off” is set to appear in a forthcoming A&E documentary inspired by Compton.
Watch Game speak about the upcoming doc and the reunion rumors below.
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