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Game said he could see himself making a follow-up to his hard-hitting “300 Bars” 2005 G-Unit diss record.

“Maybe he got something he wants to tell us, you know, about his secret life,” Game said in response to 50’s “My Life” reference. “Ain’t nobody worried about 50. Let’s just ask the people. That’s really the best he can do. You know what I’m saying? Buck is in jail, his situation is that, he can’t defend himself from there. … Every now and again, you get these zombie movies where no matter how many times you shoot them, they keep [getting back up]. … My last freestyle was probably ‘500 Bars’ and like 26 minutes long. The freestyle that killed G-Unit, the whole staff, record label, the clothes is ‘300 Bars‘ and I might have to go and double that up and just really say everything I want to say. There’s more to say.” (Power 106)

On “My Life,” Fif takes direct aim at the former Unit rappers in his opening verse.

“Yeah, 03, I went from back filthy to filthy rich /Man, the emotions change so I can never trust a b*tch/I tried to help n*ggas get on, they turned around and spit/Right in my face, so Game and/Buck, both can suck a d*ck/Now when you hear ’em it may sound like it’s some other sh*t/Cause I’m not writing anymore, they not making hits” (“My Life”)

Last summer, Game spoke on being down for a potential G-Unit reunion.

“Hey Whoo Kid, man, you know what it is,” Game told Whoo Kid. “I’m telling you, soon as I get off the phone, it’s everywhere. Eh,Ron-Ron hit me like, ‘Call up the Whoo Kid,’ I looked at the man, I had to put my iPhone way back and look at it. I’m like, ‘Yo, this n*gga just texted me like, ‘Call up the Whoo Kid?’ F*ck it. Whoo Kid’s my dude. I ain’t talked to [you] in a while. … [G-Unit reunion?] If it’s an opportunity to make some money, then it’s all good. If not, you know 50 [Cent] let his ego go, that’s good too but I’m all good. I’m not tripping off nobody until somebody’s tripping. Then I’m going to turn it all the way up.” (“G-Unit Radio”)

Earlier this year, the West Coast rapper also discussed his past “G-Unot” campaign on “VH1: Behind the Music.”

“50 didn’t write my songs, that’s just his ego rising above the team aspect of what Aftermath was all about,” Game says. “I could easily say, ‘Yo, I wrote this song on “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” it was a team effort.” Game continues to explain how his anger towards 50 Cent and G-Unit turned into a movement. “”300 Bars,” when I wrote that I was angry I wanted G-Unit to die as a brand, a record label, a group… There was a bar that said ‘you sell records but a G-G-G you not.’ And all it was, was a metaphor. I didn’t know what I created. Next thing I know fans started yelling G-G-G U NOT! [They] started making T-shirts and the movement it got bigger than me.” (Billboard)

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