50 Cent Speaks On G-Unit Reunion
50 Cent called into a Providence’, Rhode Island morning show and spoke about the G-Unit reunion and why it will or won’t happen.
Which pretty much amounted to him claiming not to know why the Game flipped on him and not wanting to give him another chance to do .
He also did not shoot down a possible future dealings with Fat Joe based on the relationship they both had with hip hop legend Chris Lighty.
50 admits to getting Starter Wives cancelled and promotes his book Formula 50.
Many fans were hoping that The Game’s petition to see a G-Unit reunion would be successful, but 50 Cent explains that it cannot happen because they “don’t know what caused the problem.”
Back in the early 2000s G-Unit was running the mainstream scene. Led by 50 Cent, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and The Game were on top of the music business.
Unfortunately things fell apart, and The Game has been at war with the other members for years now.
As he’s grown and matured though, The Game recently started a petition to get the G-Unit crew back together for the fans.
Many people were hopeful that it would happen, but Fif quickly shot it down. In a recent interview he explains exactly why this is the case.
“When you don’t know what causes a problem, then how do you resolve the situation?
They just look at you and don’t like yo.” 50 Cent continued stating that it’s too difficult to rectify the situation before first “understanding of the motivation”.
Unfortunately for The Game, and fans looking to see a G-Unit reuiion, Fif says it’s just easier to “stay away from those people.”
50 Cent also takes credit for cancelling the much buzzed about show ‘Starter Wives.’
He wouldn’t share much about the details simply stating “I actually got the show cancelled”.
The show was another reality series that would follow ex-wives and girlfriends of athletes like Floyd Mayweather and Lamar Odom discussing what it was like dating the superstar athletes.
Thankfully that didn’t work out.
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