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Game ends 50 Cent Truce with verbal attacks at Summer Jam




During Sunday’s show, The Game made it clear that the press conference that he and 50 Cent had earlier this year announcing the end of their beef was only cosmetic, as he peppered his set with numerous "F--k 50 Cent," and "GGGGG U-Not(s)." The rapper even threw what was supposed to be a G-Unit medallion into the crowd during his set. The Game also threatened to knock out G-Unit members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.



WQHT's annual Summer Jam has become one of the biggest hip-hop concerts of the year. This year's event--held Sunday (June 5) at New Jersey's Giant Stadium--brought out the biggest stars in hip-hop and served as a platform for rappers to air their beefs, as it has in past years. In 2001, Jay-Z used the Summer Jam stage to call out Nas and Mobb Deep; this year The Game used the stage to air out former mentor 50 Cent.

During Sunday’s show, The Game made it clear that the press conference that he and 50 Cent had earlier this year announcing the end of their beef was only cosmetic, as he peppered his set with numerous "F--k 50 Cent," and "GGGGG U-Not(s)." The rapper even threw what was supposed to be a G-Unit medallion into the crowd during his set. The Game also threatened to knock out G-Unit members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.

While backstage, the Game described the reaction to his 50 Cent disses. "I feel like a couple of n-ggass are mad at me 'cause I said what I said, but me, I'm the type of n-gga that don't give a f—k,” the Game said. “I didn't ask for this sh-t, I got kicked out the group cause n-ggas hated on me man so f--k them n-ggas. It's GGGG-Unot."

The Game said that he is not concerned about receiving flack for his actions. "I don't f--k with rats and snitches,” the Game said. “They kicked me out the group so they can suck my d-ck. I from the west coast, and I got love for New York, point blank, that's why I'm here. And when I go home, I'mma catch some flack for wearing a Mets jersey but you know what I don't give a f--k cause n-ggas can suck my d-ck. They can feel how they want about that man. I saw a snitch and I ran out the rat hole and got my cheese."

The event opened up with performances by Amerie, D-Block, and the Diplomats. Ghostface Killah and Sizzla performed during the D-Block set, while the Diplomats were joined by Houston's Paul Wall.

Ciara and Ludacris performed two brief sets. Ludacris was joined by Disturbing Tha Peace's Bobby Valentino, who performed his latest hit, "Slow Down." Lil' Jon used his set not only to further promote his artists Lil' Scrappy and Trillville, but he also surprised the crowd by bringing out Ice Cube for a performance of their hit, "Roll Call." Cube warned the crowd he wasn't ready to retire from rapping, and performed his hit, "Check Yo Self." Lil' Jon also brought out Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley to perform his hit, "Welcome To Jam Rock," and reggaeton star Daddy Yankee, who performed "Gasolina." The Ying Yang Twins and Pitbull also performed during Lil' Jon's set.

Kanye West's set proved to be the showstopper, as he brought out Mr. Summer Jam, Jay-Z, who performed his hits "P.S.A." and "Encore." Jay-Z stood on the stage for several minutes taking in the crowd's applause. West also brought out Cam'ron for a performance of "Down & Out" and Common came onstage to do "The Corner."

Snoop Dogg closed the show. He was joined by Daz Dilinger and Kurupt of Tha Dogg Pound.

Source
MTV News article
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