The Super Bowl LVI halftime show was one to remember. With Mary J Blige, R&B and its nostalgia were in full force. While, Mary had us in the dancery, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Kendrick Lamar were representing for the West Coast, while 50 and Eminem also joined the squad. But it seems The Game may have felt he should’ve also been included with his old label mates.
Sharing a few reposts to his Instagram stories, it appears he has the same sentiments as his fans. One message stated, “FYI @losangelesconfiedential should’ve been on stage at the Super Bowl.” It continued, “I’ll be the first to say it.” Game shared it to his Instagram story and said, “S**t brazy fr.”
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Another story he shared stated, “@losangelesconfidential SHOULD HAVE PERFORMED AT SUPER BOWL WITH @DRDRE I MEAN THIS IS LA.” Someone else wrote and said, “I believe Big Brother Jay @losangelesconfidential should’ve been in the half time show too.” The message continued to say, “Oh and just wait til DRILLMATIC DROPS.”
A few commenters responded and said, “Would have been dope to hear Hate or Love It.” Another person “agreed” with the post. Someone else wrote, “He ain’t on that level sorry.” Another commenter said, “He never crossed my mind last night.”
As you know, The Game was signed to 50 Cent’s label, G-Unit back in 2003 but that didn’t end very well. The Game became 50’s rival within the same label. In an interview with The People’s Party With Talib Kweli in 2019, the rapper spoke about his challenge with 50 Cent.
“If me and [50 Cent] didn’t have beef, ni**a, we’d be billionaires by now,” Game stated. “Even though he forgives, he don’t forget,” The Game admits, “I put G-Unit in flames, and he didn’t like that.” The Game also dropped mixtapes and diss tracks aimed at 50, Lloyd Banks, Tonya Yayo, and Young Buck.
In 2016, the two squashed their beef, but they haven’t collaborated on any new projects. As you know, 50 and Game did previously collab on Hate It Or Love It featuring Mary J Blige back in 2005. The single was from his album, The Documentary, and went on to chart number one on the Billboard charts and earned a Grammy nomination.
Roomies, what do you think of this?