The Game has been in the news a lot lately, mostly for controversial reasons because of his comments.
On the Drink Champs podcast that debuts in full today, the Compton rapper claimed that Kanye West has done more for him in the last two weeks than what Dr. Dre did his entire career. Obviously that caught fans off-guard with many criticizing his disputable claims on a public platform like that.
Now during a recent discussion on Clubhouse, The Game and his close associate Wack 100 were asked about Game’s past with G-Unit and the narrative that 50 Cent wrote a good portion of the hits that ended up on The Game’s classic debut album The Documentary.
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Game first said that 50 only wrote the parts that he is rapping on The Documentary (which isn’t news to us), then Wack cuts the talk to tell the world “something that you (Game) never speaks on,” going on to recite the hook to ‘What Up Gangsta’, the opening track on 50’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’.
Wack and Game insinuate that the former G-Unit rapper was the one who wrote the record for 50 and even some parts on some “G-Unit albums.” Listen to the clip above. Do you believe them?
In case you missed it, watch the shocking ‘Eazy’ music video by The Game & 50 Cent here.
UPDATE: Sha Money XL, who helped 50 with production and A&R during the days, says that Game and Wack’s claims are false and they are doing it for attention.