West Coast rapper Game is ready to sign on the dotted line for a 50 Cent Verzuz. The hip-hop star’s manager Wack 100 has confirmed his longtime friend and client is down for a musical clash with his former G-Unit boss.
Game’s Ready For 50 Cent Verzuz
Wack went to his Instagram page to get fans super hyped. 100 admitted he had the conversation with the Los Angeles native and encourage G-Unit’s Uncle Murda to convince Fifty to consider the battle.
“On this day hands were shook. @50cent @losangelesconfidential ACE OF DIAMONDS HOLLYWOOD STRIP CLUB. #MONSTER WAS STANDING BEHING #GAME & Wack Was standing behind #50 our little way of personal insurance — @unclemurda what we doing go have that argument with that crazy nigga I already had mine – #WeWitIt” -Wack 100’s Instagram
Game Verzuz 50 Cent Might Go Down
A few days ago, Wack hit up his Instagram page to deliver the massive pitch to 50. 100 took credit for previously linking Game and Curtis Jackson up and said this Verzuz battle could really go down.
“I got em to Shake hands and function in the same clubs together twice – With a little help from @unclemurda & @djkayslay It just might happen— All Respect @50cent you told me we was good let’s give em what they want @losangelesconfidential smiles everyday — #BridgingTheGap” -Wack 100’s Instagram
50 Cent’s Game Beef
In September 2020, the “Power” executive producer went to his Instagram page to hype up a major announcement about his past Game feud turning into an actual show. 50 also used the news to take a jab at Game’s former and currently incarcerated manager James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond.
“😆yeah i had to do this one, so everybody can see how Jimmy The Rat was moving legendary sucker sh*t. NEW SHOW 🚨#STARZPLAY get the app #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram
The STARZ Treatment
According to reports, 50’s anthology series adaption of his feud with Game is just one of two major projects expected to land at STARZ.
Currently in development under the working title “Moment in Time: The Massacre,” the project is a seasonal anthology series that “will explore the true stories in which iconic hip hop moments collided with the sensational and sometimes criminal events behind-the-scenes,” according to the premium cable network. The project’s first season will explore the 2005 beef between Jackson and The Game, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, which led to an all-out street war pitting G-Unit against music impresario Jimmy Henchman, resulting in a murder-for-hire plot and Henchman serving a life sentence in prison. (The Wrap)