We reported yesterday that 50 Cent said he would push back Game's L.A.X. album so that it doesn't hit stores the same day as his G-Unit's Terminate On Sight, which were both scheduled for a June 24th release. Now The Game is saying that simply isn't true and won't happen. "We have no intentions to move our album date of June 24," a rep for The Game said, continuing "If we do move it, it will be 50 Cent and G-Unit’s lucky day, but I doubt if The Game is into answering G-Unit’s prayers."
As we previously reported, 50 sat down with MTV recently and discussed both albums coming out on the same day and his plans to solve it. "I’ma wait a little, then I'm just gonna push his album back," 50 Cent said, continuing "I don't think there's anyone that would legitimately look at him like it's a competition, him versus G-Unit. It just doesn't make sense. I make money every time he releases an album. He signed a five-album deal. He's only on album three."