G-Unit boss 50 Cent defended his reasons on why he dissed former G-Unit members The Game and Young Buck on his new single “My Life” featuring Eminem and Adam Levine. He said that their is no bad blood in the diss and that the song was recorded back in 2010.
“To begin, that record was recorded two years ago. These things are monumental moments in my experience, in music culture. Period. Of course it was Game first to decide to go left. He had help, me and [his ex-manager] Jimmy never got along. Jimmy Henchman was managing him at the time to go left. … In Game’s case, there is absolutely no malice in my heart towards him. I’d like to see him do whatever he can do at this point. And Buck, I think that’s over, I think that’s done. I think his career is finished. It’s because, like his temperament, right now he’s in jail but knowing who he is the entire time he’s been around, I don’t think he has what it takes to recover.” (“Big Boy’s Neighborhood”)
Now if you’re a hip hop fan you always appreciate a good beef, so we can hope that Game will come through with a diss back. When Game was asked if he would retaliate he said:
“Maybe he got something he wants to tell us, you know, about his secret life,” Game said in response to 50’s “My Life” reference. “Ain’t nobody worried about 50. Let’s just ask the people. That’s really the best he can do. You know what I’m saying? Buck is in jail, his situation is that, he can’t defend himself from there. … Every now and again, you get these zombie movies where no matter how many times you shoot them, they keep [getting back up]. … My last freestyle was probably ‘500 Bars’ and like 26 minutes long. The freestyle that killed G-Unit, the whole staff, record label, the clothes is ‘300 Bars’ and I might have to go and double that up and just really say everything I want to say. There’s more to say.” (Power 106)
50 Cent ft Eminem & Adam Levine – My Life
50 Cent on Big Boys Neighborhood talking Diss to Game & Young Buck