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The Game calls out 50 Cent for a Verzuz battle: “Oh' n tell ya girl stay out my DM's”


The Compton-bred rapper who has a long history with Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson warns his girlfriend Cuban Link to 'stay out his Dm's and calls him out for a Verzuz battle.

The Game Challenges 50 Cent to Verzuz Battle Amid Social Media Feud

The Game and 50 Cent have revived their nearly two-decade-old feud — the biggest "hip-hop beef of their era" several diss tracks exchanged. It could have ended a lot more ugly than it did.


The two were embroiled in a battle much like the east coast/west coast battle between rival rappers Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., which ultimately ended in their demise.


After 50 trolled his longtime rival by sharing a clip of Iovine avoiding The Game inside the Crypto.com Arena.


“LOL The Man didn’t even look at him,” he wrote in the caption. “Get this guy out of here 50 wrote the records. LMFAO @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi.”

On Friday (March 25), Game taunted the Queens, N.Y. rapper turned-television executive over his unwillingness to do a Verzuz battle. He simultaneously outed 50 Cent’s girlfriend Cuban Link for allegedly hopping in his DMs — and provided the receipt.


The alleged old DM to The Game includes a topless photo of Cuban Link her phone number and the message, It reads. “video girl?? Keep in mind.” The second photo in the slide is a screenshot from 50 Cent’s surprise appearance during the Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halfime Show last month in which he rapped upside down.


Game tagged verzuz co-founders Swizz Beatz and Timbaland to set up the battle series. “Hit @therealswizzz & @timbaland ASAP & stop runnin from this verzuz,” he captioned a photo of 50 Cent’s head on a rotisserie chicken. “Oh’ n tell ya girl stay out my DM’s… if she don’t want her man overweight, fat as fuck hanging upside down like rotisserie chicken at the Super Bowl.”

In the early 2000s, The Game signed to Dr. Dre‘s Aftermath label through a joint venture with 50’s G-Unit Record label. Dre executive produced the Compton native’s debut album, “The Documentary,” in 2005, which was considered one of the classic albums in the last decade seven years after its release.


The duo had a massive falling out with shots sent in each other's direction for upwards of 15 years. Game expressed some of the issues he had with 50 from the jump, stating that 50 was taking credit for his work on The Documentary:


"When we was at it, 50 was like... he was saying like he wrote my album, like I really couldn't do this shit on my own. That's what really started the tension."


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