50 Cent and The Game have ended their 12-year feud


At one stage it seemed like 50 Cent and The Game would be running rap together for years to come, but label politics put an end to all that when 50´s second album The Massacre was pushed back by Interscope to accommodate Game's debut.

Tension arose on video shoots and 50 cut all ties with The Game live on Hot 97 saying he was no longer part of G-Unit. The pair have blown hot and cold in the years since, with an initial reconciliation short-lived and reports that the pair had been in a Hollywood club together earlier this year, but now we have clear proof that feud has ended.

50 and The Game met in LA strip club Ace of Diamonds, according to TMZ, with The Game later grabbing the mic and saying "I fuck with 50, what happened that shit was twelve years ago... It's 2016, aint nobody on that old shit".

Reports suggested there was tension between 50 and The Game during the Hate it or Love it video shoot (TheGameVEVO/YouTube)

The long-standing feud between the two didn't negatively affect either party's career, with The Game releasing multiple critically-acclaimed albums and 50 going on to act in and produce numerous films and TV shows.

But now that the beef is done, will we finally get to hear another G-Unit album? One with all the original members?

Too much might have happened for that, but we can hope.