Game’s manager says he’s been working on a reuniting Game with his former G-Unit partners.
Despite rumors of a possible reunion, it’s been nearly a decade since fans last saw 50 Cent and Game share a mic together. Now, in a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal via HipHop-N-More, Game’s manager says that he working to get the G-Unit team back together.
Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd revealed to Lee Hawkins that he has been working with Game and 50 Cent in an attempt to reunite the Compton emcee with his former G-Unit partners. Kidd said that while nothing is finalized yet, he believes that Game and Fif see the business sense in agreeing to a reunion.
"I can’t say it’ll happen, I can’t it won’t happen; however, from a business perspective, I’m gonna attempt to make [a reunion] happen," Kidd said. "I think it’ll be a wise business move on both parts…I’m thinking about tours, I’m thinking about merchandise, I’m thinking about all these other things that [are] lacking in the industry, and this is the perfect timing for that…I can’t really speak for 50, but I think they’re both open; it’s just a matter of approaching it in the right way. 50 understands that he needs Game to make a G-Unit push. Game understands that if it’s gonna be a push, he needs to be involved and 50 needs to be involved…they both are business savvy. We know that 50’s a business man, we know that Game’s a business man. They understand that. So now, it’s only their internal egos that would stop that from happening."
Check out the full interview below.
Kreayshawn has further elaborated on her publicized feud with hip-hop superstar Rick Ross and said his recent XXL Magazine threats are a thing of the past. Accompanied by her manager Stretch, Kreay said Ross’ remarks likely came prior to their face-to-face confrontation at last month’s Video Music Awards. “I’m not concerned with any of that,” Stretch told Tim Westwood when suggested he should no longer carry Kreayshawn’s bags in fear of getting attacked by Rick Ross. Kreayshawn then went on to speak out on Ross’ XXL Magazine remarks. “I think the XXL thing came out before our VMA and all that tidy up stuff. So it’s just wrong timing and it’s just bleeding into more stuff. A magazine takes like two months or something [to produce]. This is a non-event. There is water under that bridge and the river is passed. I’ve read the Bible and what I’ve done shall be forgiven.” (Tim Westwood TV) Watch Full Video Interview HERE SOURCE