Despite Game's recent petition to reunite G-Unit, it seems he and 50 Cent will never see eye to eye. The Jesus Piece rapper joined Larry King in an interview where he spoke of the "rift" between the two rappers, as well as his label situation, and the reason why he'll never run out of things to rap about.

“I haven’t seen him in about eight years,” said Game of his ongoing beef with 50 Cent, explaining that it was more than a minor feud. “We had a shootout in New York. In front of a radio station…It was a little bit more than a rift." he explained, going on to speak of what sparked the rivalry. "Egos, young, dumb, ignorant, who knows.”

On whether he felt like he would run out of topics to rap about, Game was confident that he would never run into such a problem.

“When people ask me questions like that, the answer is simply I cannot fit 33 years of life in five discs." he said. "You know, five CDs. So, of course there’s always events changing in my life, things happening. So, there’s always new stuff to rap about.

As far as what label his next album will be released on, the Compton emcee is still weighing his options.

“Recently, a free agent. Was signed to Interscope for my last five albums, which of course are all platinum,” said the rapper. “I been taking a lot of meetings and a lot of conference calls about my next move. And I just—I haven’t narrowed it down yet.”

Watch the full interview below.