50 Cent Dismisses Game's G-Unit Reunion Petition, Says They Will Not Get Back Together
50 Cent addresses Game's online petition to get G-Unit back together.
After Game launched an online petition for a G-Unit reunion, 50 Cent has responded by stating that he has no interest in getting the group back together.
During an interview with The Boombox (via HHNM), Fif echoed earlier statements that a G-Unit reunion was unlikely. "You're not gonna get nothing back together," he said. "I decide that. I do what I want to do. I don't give a fuck what they talking about on a blog post."
50 said that Game's petition was just a publicity stunt and that every time he cools off, he brings up his former ally. "Every time there was nothing going on [Game] said 'Fuck you, 50,' to generate some sort of new interest," he said. "But now that doesn't work anymore. So you gotta figure out a new way to do it. And now it's saying, 'We'll get G-Unit back together!'"
Talks of a G-Unit reunion have been circling for the past few weeks. Early last month, 50 said that there was a "strong possibility" that he, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo would join forces again. Game's manager Dontay "Taydoe" Kidd revealed that they were working on getting the group back together, though 50 later recanted his earlier statement and said that it "probably [would] not" happen.