Game says he helped out his former G-Unit affiliate, 50 Cent, by getting his song "My Life" cleared for Adam Levine.
Game and 50 Cent have a history, whether we're talking when they were friends during the heyday of G-Unit, or later on when beef developed, the two have always been associated in some way or another.
50 Cent's new single, "My Life," re-affirmed this by bringing their past beef back to the surface, with a shot at former G-Unit members Game and Young Buck. It was just one line, but it caught the ears of all listeners. This may have seemed out of place, considering the two haven't been on any terms recently, good or bad. News soon broke that the single was actually two years old, and so in that context 50's lyrics may have made more sense.
Nonetheless, Fif said previously he's not dwelling on the beef, and explained his situation with Game and Young Buck. Although Game did say in response that he still has some bars for G-Unit, in a new interview with DJ Skee, he said he's not taking Fif very seriously. Game said of the single, "I heard it, and I thought it was pretty funny. I'm so far removed from that beef with him that I had to pretty much laugh at it."
He continued to reveal an interesting tidbit of information. Game says because he and Adam Levine are under the same management, the Compton rapper had to actually help Fif clear the single for the Maroon 5 singer. "I'm a big fan of Eminem so I liked what he did, and Adam is my dude. I helped clear that record for 50. Me and Adam got the same management, so people had to come see me, play the record. So I heard it, I heard me get dissed before people heard it," Game revealed.
Check out Game's interview with DJ Skee below, where he talks more on Jesus Piece, which is in stores everywhere today.