You know it was coming.
50 Cent has responded to The Game’s salty behaviors with a series of post on social media that pokes fun of the West Coast rapper and the abysmal performance of his latest album Drillmatic – Heart Vs. Mind. Shortly after winning a Creative Arts EMMY Award for his performance at the 2022 Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show, Fif celebrated his latest achievement by trolling his friend-turn-foe.
“I just won my Emmy award [clapping emojis] for the super bowl half time show. LOL.” He wrote. The G-Unit founder followed the mesage by posting and deleting a pic of Game writing “No caption needed”
In response, Game called his How We Do collaborator a “SpicyAssNigga” along with an old photo of 50 Cent modeling a sleeveless shirt.
50 Cent continued the petty exchange by sharing his famous laughing in the car Gif, which he used to mock Game for his lack of emmy and the seemingly poor performance of his new album.
“Oh no, i’m sorry you don’t get one [trophy emoji]. Then the first week 18k, if you need someone to talk to i’m here for you. LOL,” 50 said.
50 Cent’s latest act of pettiness towards Game comes months after the Documentary rapper revealed he was ”hurt” after he was left out of Dr. Dre’s Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show at the SoFi stadium in February.
“We, on the West Coast, are the only motherfuckers who have this crab-in-a-barrel mentality, where we wanna keep n***as down …” he explained during an episode of the I Am Athlete podcast. “Snoop Dogg is icon. Dre is icon. Em is an icon, but Em is not from L.A. 50 is not from L.A. I’m not taking away from the fact that they’re were on the Super Bowl, but L.A. [artists] wouldn’t have been in the Detroit Super Bowl or New York Super Bowl. It just wouldn’t have happened … L.A., L.A., L.A. all around the Super Bowl and I didn’t get the call.
“I talk to Dre often. I just know if I was Dre and he was Game, he would’ve been up there,” he continued. “That’s just it. It’s L.A. I am L.A. I’m in the streets … So, yeah, I was hurt. Now am I bothered by it today? I’m not bothered by it today.”
Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent and Mary J. Blige all won three Emmys for their Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halftime Show, including Outstanding Variety Special (Live), Outstanding Production Design for a Variety Special (Area) and Outstanding Music Direction.