50 Cent Speaks On His Issues With The Game

50 Cent Speaks On His Issues With The Game

"He's extremely emotional and then it goes to extremely aggressive or does something else and then you go, 'Oh, okay."

Rapper 50 Cent recently spoke about his relationship with one time G-Unit member The Game and what ultimately contributed to his decision to leave the group a decade ago. 50 also explains the issues he has had with the West Coast rapper.

According to 50, he believes The Game’s emotions are so up and down and suggest he has a lot of bipolar tendencies.

 “My issue with Game is I don’t know what happened with him. Period,” 50 said in an interview with radio host Jenny Boom Boom. “How could you have an assessment on someone who has flip flopped their whole career? I watched him go one way. He’s almost bipolar. If you watch him, like the way he does things. He’s extremely emotional and then it goes to extremely aggressive or does something else and then you go, ‘Oh, okay. Well maybe this was his interpretation of what the culture is.'” (“Jenny Boom Boom TV”)

50 also spoke on an argument they had right before his decision to depart from G-Unit.

 “He went overseas and he had an issue with Memphis Bleek and Jay Z on stage. He said something about them then. He intentionally missed his flight from London back to LA to create a new flight from London to New York, came to New York and insisted on pointing that he didn’t have a problem with Jay Z or Memphis Bleek anymore and asked me about ‘Piggy Bank’ to say I don’t have a problem with nobody. So now you’re going to the extreme of saying you’re not even down with G-Unit. I just gave you your record and now you’re saying you don’t have a problem with people who have a problem with me. [Would Game have come to the reunion?] I’m not sure. I don’t know. I don’t even think there’s an issue. … The G-Unit album will be out late November, early December. Mixtape, it’s coming.” (“Jenny Boom Boom TV“)

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