In promoting his latest project, Jesus Piece, Game has been asked to speak on his past. In one recent interview with BET, Game was asked about past feuds with Jay-Z and 50 Cent. While discussing this, Game shared his feelings on a possible collaboration with Jay-Z and explained how G-Unit could reunite.
"It wasn't that I resented Jay-Z or had any real beef," Game explained, when discussing his lyrical feud with Jigga. "I just wanted to pick a fight and maybe he would spit at me and I could spit at him and get into a lyrical war...I tried and he responded with little lines here and there and I think the possibility of a song happening over the years kind of got tainted. But it's a new day. I'm a new person. I'm a little bit older. Hopefully one day we'll be able to make that happen. If not, I've had a glorious career. I'm on my fifth album and not really looking for anything else to fall out the sky for me so it is what it is."
Jay-Z isn't the only former foe he'd collaborate with. According to Game, he and 50 Cent could collaborate in the future and there's still a possibility of "G-Unit reforming."
What 50 gotta do is let go of his ego. I don't hold grudges. I was mad for the time being when we were going through that and after that, I immediately graduated to a neutral ground where that could have happened but it's 50, man. Once he calms his ego and realizes that there still could be the possibility of G-Unit reforming, then who knows? But I know you can't put together G-Unit without Game and you can't do it without 50," he said. "It's kind of like that John Lennon/Paul McCartney thing. Jimmy Iovine used to say that a lot."