Rapper The Game went viral after shading 50 Cent during his concert

The Game and 50 Cent continue their feud as the former recently shadowed the latter at his concert. Well, it’s not new for rappers to have problems, especially in their songs and social media posts. However, the one between 50 Cent and The Game is literally hard to miss. But what exactly is wrong between the two?

Read on to find out more about The Game shadowing 50 Cent during his recent concert.

The game and the 50 cent beef

It is not something new in the world of rap to have problems between two rappers. As we knew, many of these rappers have been fighting over words on social media. However, among those rappers, we also have 50 Cent and The Game. Both rappers have had a long history of problems with each other.

They even had a song together Hate It Or Love It which saw their problem. As in the video, they both sat in the same car but not together. Also, there have been many cases that made them kind of enemies with each other. His bitter equation lasts to date.

50 Cent took a dig at rapper The Game

50 Cent recently won an Emmy alongside Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Dr. Dre and more on the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Considering The Game wasn’t part of the halftime show and 50 Cent had a good chance to take a dig at rapper The Game.

To continue his long-running feud with Game, 50 Cent made a post on his Instagram with the caption, “Just won my Super Bowl Halftime Show Emmy. HAHAHA.” Where I had an angry photo of Game but he deleted it later, that he had the caption added as “No Caption Needed”.

The Game shaded 50 Cent during his concert

Certainly, both Game and 50 Cent have been battling it out on social media to continue their feud. Where the latter even took a dig at Game’s album sales “Drillmatic”. While Game also never misses an opportunity to make fun of 50 Cent.

During the Houston’s Legends, Only concert that took place on September 4, Game threw shade at 50 Cent. In one of the viral videos, Game can be heard saying “he’s a jerk, I’ll say it in Houston, I’ll say it in New York…”. Fans watching the video have realized that this feud between the two rappers is going on too long.

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