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50 Cent on The Game & Lloyd Banks' Reunion Photo: 'I See Confusion'

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G-Unit loyalists rejoiced when The Game shared a photo of his reunion with former cohort Lloyd Banks in Dubai. The simple caption offered no context, just the word "Still."

 

Still.

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In 2005, The Game and G-Unit leader 50 Cent had a public falling out after Fif kicked the West Coast rapper out of the crew for what Fif considered disloyalty. The beef also allegedly led to a shooting outside of New York radio station Hot 97, when 50 had appeared to announce that Game was no longer in G-Unit. Game and 50 appeared to call a truce in Harlem that year.

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Over a decade later, Fif seemed to dig up old feelings when he weighed in on Banks and Game's recent photo.

"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."

The Game recently made headlines after a screen grab showed him talking smack about Young Thug (who he is currently beefing with) while responding to a fan who made a remark about Thugger in his Instagram comments. "you must be joking…I will beat the Victoria secreat out that boy/girl," The Game wrote about the Atlanta rhymer who has been known to wear women's clothing.

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Last October, The Game discussed his grievances with Young Thug that began with his Lil Wayne spat, telling Billboard, "If you had a friend and somebody was fucking with your friend and you didn’t help, then are you really a friend? I’m more vocal than Wayne is as far as beefs are concerned. I stepped in and said what I had to say in defense of a longtime friend. It’s good not to ever have a beef with anybody, but I’m not the one that starts beefs. I’m just the guy that once it’s on, it’s on. I’m not really tolerating any type of disrespect to me, my children or my friends. At the end of the day, that’s all you really have."

G-Unit (sans The Game) released their EP The Beast is G Unit last March. 


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