50 Cent has never been one to bite his tongue. The G-Unit rapper has infamously made a name for himself in the rap game as a bulletproof, tough-talking alpha male who's engaged in battles with just about every top notch MC from Nas to Jadakiss. However, one lyricist Fif refused to give attention to was his his former G-Unit artist, Game. In the wake of Game's exit from the Unit, the Compton MC would go on spending the next years of his career taking shots at Fif. 50 for his part, only responded on a few rare occasions.
Appearing on radio station Hot 97 with Funkmaster Flex last night, after recapping his version of the Fabolous and Ray J scuffle, Flex switched topics and began to ask 50 about Game. Recently Game suggested that 50 was a fan of the boys club, an allegation the mogul appeared to not take serious at all.
"I got a word, I came up with a word for everything that you see from that guy," 50 told Flex. "It's desperation. [Game saying I'm in the closet?] If that's a valid question, they really need to ask the young ladies because I really don't do too much talking, even about who I'm hanging out with. Like, I don't like to talk about it. [Desperation] is when you're hurt and you gotta try to make some conversation."
50 then turned his attention to Game's recent R.E.D. Album, which according to the Queens MC has no presence on radio.
"What song is playing right now, Flex?" 50 asked. "From his new LP? OK. Let's move on. Let's move on. There's nothing playing. There is no song playing across the country. You can check it."