AceShowbiz - 50 Cent continues feuding with The Game. The "In Da Club" spitter has turned to social media to share his reaction after the "How We Do" rapper called him a "b***h" during a club performance.
Making use of his Instagram page on Monday, September 5, 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, reposted a clip of The Game's latest diss. In the caption, he wrote, "oh no, you making me nervous now you know it's not safe around me [grinning face emoji] when i'm nervous.LOL."
The video in question saw The Game called 50 Cent out when he performed at Bar 5015 club in Houston on Sunday night, September 4. "I still don't f**k with 50 cent, he's a b***h," The Game told the crowd. "Ain't no cut with that n***a."
"He's a sucka," The Game continued. The 42-year-old hip-hop artist added, "I'mma say it in Houston, I'll say it in New York, I'll say it anywhere...he's a straight b***h. And I like the TV shows, n***a, put that on the internet."
The Game's profanity-laced remarks about his former G-Unit boss might be in response to 50 Cent trolling him on Saturday, September 3 after he won an Emmy for his performance at the 2022 Super Bowl LVI halftime show back in February.
Taking to Instagram, Fiddy shared a photo of the Emmy Statue. In the accompaniment of the post, he boasted, "I just won my Emmy award [hand-clapping emojis] for the super bowl half time show. LOL."
After that, 50 Cent shared another award while thanking Eminem for his efforts. In addition, the "Power" star and creator uploaded an image of The Game. He captioned the since-deleted post, "No Caption needed."
The diss did not go unnoticed by The Game. Taking to his own Instagram page, the "Eazy" spitter let out an old photo of 50 Cent. In a note accompanying the throwback picture, he wrote, "No caption needed... #SpicyA**N***a."
Things got more intense as 50 Cent went on mocking The Game. Sharing a GIF of himself, he penned, "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." Fiddy was seemingly referring to The Game's "Drillmatic" album having low sales.