Rappers 50 Cent & The Game Squash ’12 Year Old Beef’

Looks like 50 Cent and The Game have made official emends and are looking to put their petty hip hop beef behind them. 

According to the Internet streets:

50 cent appears to have ended his long running beef with The Game. The two were spotted out partying together, which has–of course–led to rumors that they may collaborate on something down the road.

The rappers were out having a grand time on Monday (August 1) at Ace of Diamonds in Los Angeles (via TMZ). “I f— with 50,” The Game told the cheering crowd. “What happened, that s— was 12 years ago.”

He added, “Ain’t nobody on that old s—.” In May, The Game’s newest signee Pharaoh Jackson said the rapper was contemplating a reunion with G-Unit. The Game squashed those rumors at the time, but with this latest appearance it’s possible he and 50 could be plotting a fresh collaboration soon.

As for why the pair suddenly had a change of heart, perhaps it’s a result of The Game’s recent involvement in anti-violence campaigns. He’s been spearheading different initiatives meant to send a peaceful message, which would be much harder to do if he doesn’t practice what he preaches. Either way, it’s nice to see the two put their differences aside and start off fresh.

I guess I’m really late because I thought these two had already squashed their beef back in 08-09? And I thought they had already collabed as well? At any rate it’s good to see them put all the ‘beef’ behind them for good (again).  

Rappers Snoop Dogg & The Game Meet With L.A. Gangs In Effort To Stop Violence

Hip-hop artist the Game urged gang members from across Southern California on Sunday morning to converge on a South Los Angeles community center for a town-hall style meeting about curbing violence. 

The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, told the hundreds gathered for a town-hall style meeting at a South Los Angeles community center that he was pushing a positive message because one day, he hopes his daughter will be able to walk the streets “a little safer.”

He told the crowd:

“Your life should mean more to you. Your life should mean more to you than what you’re showing.”

Nation of Islam Minister Tony Muhammad, who helped organize the event, said it’s time for the black community to come together.

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Good morning world. I hope everyone slept well….. Los Angeles, on behalf of myself @SnoopDogg, & the honorable @louisfarrakhan I want to extend the invitation to all CRIPS, BLOODS, ESE's & all other gang members, major figures & GANG LEADERS from every hood in our city as well as the surrounding cities to our meeting 11am this morning, July 17th at 8039 S. Vermont Ave Los Angeles, California 90044 to have the much needed conversation amongst ourselves about our influence on the youth in our respective neighborhoods & how we can serve as better role models to them & the brothers we stand beside daily…. Because the sad truth that no one wants to face is, before we can get OUR LIVES TO MATTER to anyone else… We have to show that OUR LIVES MATTER to US !!!! WE have been responsible for more of the KILLING of ourselves than anyone else by a long shot & the percentages in which BLACK on BLACK, BLACK on BROWN, BROWN on BLACK, BROWN on BROWN murders are so fucking high verses any other killing of us that it is disgusting & this needs to be addressed & laid to rest !!!!! Don't think we can't change it & better ourselves, lead by example & make our city a safer place for our children…. Because together, WE CAN !!!! I'm asking everyone who will attend: DO NOT bring any weapons or anything illegal. Do not come high or belligerent.. We don't need any HOT HEADS or anyone there for the wrong reasons or you will respectfully dealt with & REMOVED from the building… We will stand as we are, UNIFIED. I'm calling ALL GANGS, of ALL RACES, ALL GROWN MEN affiliated or not & WE WILL STAND UNIFIED SUNDAY !!!! Our numbers are all the weapons we need !!! We do not need to be dumb, retarded or uncivilized Sunday… ALL WE NEED IS EACH OTHER… I will not lead any of you into a trap !!!!! LET'S do the opposite of what we've been doing & show the world that we are MORE than the problem… Thank you – Game

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