Watch 50 Cent And The Game Throw Shots At Each Other On Instagram - BlackSportsOnline

Watch 50 Cent And The Game Throw Shots At Each Other On Instagram

Rappers 50 Cent and The Game threw some shots at each other on Instagram. Looks like The Game is on a mission of beefing with his fellow rappers in the industry.

According to Vlad;

Recently, it was revealed that 50 Cent got an Emmy award due to his performance during Dr. Dre’s set at the NFL Super Bowl Halftime show. The show previously caused issues with The Game, who expressed frustration at not being included in the coveted performance.

Now, it appears The Game has sent shots at 50 Cent, which the latter has now responded to. 50 Cent took to Instagram to share his win, saying, “I just won my Emmy award 👏🏾 for the super bowl halftime show. LOL.” He thanked Eminem in another post for mentioning him as an artist who should be a part of the moment. Then, in a now-deleted post, 50 posted a photo of The Game with the caption “No Caption needed.”

The Game posted a photo of 50 and said, “No caption needed… #SpicyA**N***a.” 50 fired back by clowning Game’s album sales, saying, “oh no, I’m sorry you don’t get one 🏆. Then the first week 18k, if you need someone to talk to i’m here for you. LOL.”

You know this beef goes back forever.

50 Cent and The Game’s longstanding beef can be traced all the way back to 2005, when G-Unit swapped out the release of The Massacre for The Game’s debut album The Documentary. The feud has never been resolved, with both MC’s trading shots to this day.

G-Unit’s Tony Yayo recently sat down for an interview with VladTV, and said the intense hatred between the two can be traced all the way back to Jimmy Henchmen, the record executive in charge of Czar Entertainment, which managed Game and a slew of other artists.

While Henchmen is currently serving six life sentences on drug charges and for the alleged murder-for-hire against G-Unit’s Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, Yayo suggested that The Game and 50 Cent got off on the wrong foot during Henchmen’s feud with Chris Lightly – the iconic Violator Management music executive who died by suicide in 2012.

Flip to the next page to watch 50 Cent and The Game throw shots at each other…

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