Hip Hop legend The Game tells in a recent interview how he won’t entertain anyone other than 50 Cent for a Verzuz battle.
In this latest development, The Game doesn’t think anybody comes close in a Verzuz battle, apart from 50 Cent. The prospect of a Verzuz battle between these 2 juggernauts of Hip Hop has the world gripped. In November, 50 Cent appeared on BigBoyTV where he agreed that he’s open to a Verzuz with The Game. But 50 Cent only has one rule, that The Game can play no records with 50’s voice on them. As a result, this automatically removes hit records, Hate it or Love it and How We Do. Both songs are from Game’s 2005 debut album, “The Documentary”, have 50 Cents’ vocals on.
Speaking with Power 106, The Game doesn’t shy away from anybody and gives his honest opinion. He said: “I think that with me and Fif, you can’t really say, you can’t really talk about Fif and Hip Hop without somebody bringing up Game. Definitely can’t say Game without somebody saying, ‘But oh! He wrote all your hits. You ain’t sh*t without Fifty.” He added, “As far as Verzuz is concerned, that is the only person I will even entertain doing a Verzuz with because it just makes the most sense and nobody else can’t really go with me. So, other than that, there’s nobody else for me.”
50 Cent also admitted recently that despite their public, violent, feud, The Game’s involvement in G-Unit’s legacy remains. Earlier this year, 50 Cent revealed their beef will play out in a TV series. Differences between the two led to a war with music executive Jimmy Henchman. Consequently, it resulted in a murder-for-hire plot, which Henchman is serving a life sentence in prison.