The Game, or as he now wants to be known as, Game, recently vouched for Rick Ross as a California concert when he abruptly stopped his performance to blast his former rap group and, of course, their leader 50 Cent. While performing his track "Put You On The Game," the Black Wall Street leader stopped his rhymes to blast G-Unit & 50.
"I'll show you where the Bloods at, where the Crips at," Game rapped at the event next to Black Wall Street's Clyde Carson. "Show you where they flip crack and they pitch at, let me put you on the game/Let me put you on the Game, ayyye/My unit is, aye yo, hold up, hold up, my unit ain't guerilla sh*t! F*ck 50 Cent! Sh*ttttttttt. GG-GGGG-Gggggg. Aye! Aye! Aye! Aye! Aye!" [The Game Blasts G-Unit & 50 Cent At Rick Ross Show – Watch Here]
In related news, in a new interview The Game talked about his name change, his new "R.E.D." Album and more. "It's just Game now, took off the T-H-E, got a hair cut," Game says before talking about possibly acting more. Game went on to call his upcoming album the "craziest" & "most hood" album, saying it will be in stores December 8th. [Game Talks Name Change & New R.E.D. Album – Watch Here]
The Game – Talks Name Change, "R.E.D." Album Drops December 8th