Is it a warning shot?
The track, produced by Tha Bizness, is from the rapper's Before I Self-Destruct album and features some choice lines directed at friends-turned-foes, including the mother of his son and former G-Unit cohorts
"Come on, Game, you'll never be my equal/ Your homies shoot dogs, my homies shoot people," 50 raps on the song. "See, me, I'm what you never gonna be/ I'm in that tax bracket you're never gonna see."
"There will be a visual for it," 50 told Dutch outlet Big FM. "The record is working by itself, that one. It just plays with no assistance from the record company, because people like it and personally enjoy it. I wrote that record about people I had issues with that were pretty cool, but at some point, I felt like they crossed me. So I wrote those different things, and it came out good. People enjoy it."
In an interview with MTV News earlier this year, Game appeared open to reconciling, even going as far as to publicly apologize to 50. But the G-Unit boss didn't seem to accept Game's pleas, despite Dr. Dre having patched things up with his Compton protégé.
"You shouldn't really hold your breath," 50 said about collaborating with Game again. "If Dre decides to work with him, that's Dre's prerogative — his album, he can do what he wants. He's Dre."