Part of the rap game is the beef shared between the artists. Of the most recognizable enemies in the industry are ex-friends, 50 Cent and The Game. Despite the once tight-knit friendship shared between the two, they have considered each other enemies for over ten years.
In fact, The Game has regularly exclaimed his disdain for 50, and refused to believe that there would ever be a time for reconciliation; 50 Cent reciprocated the same emotions, and has not been known to welcome his enemy with open arms, despite often being in the same place at the same time. Well, clearly something compelled the two to share a piece of humble pie, as they were both seen embracing each other at the same club in Los Angeles on August 1, 2016.
Bystanders probably believed that this was going to be a night nobody would opt to remember but, surprisingly, the two ex-friends hugged each other. To delve further into the budding congruent, The Game grabbed a club’s microphone to brush up on his “pardon my French,” speaking skills. Essentially, the rapper stated that this fight is childish, old, and finally at its time to end.
The crowd cheered immensely, and bystanders quickly took to Twitter with pictures, videos, and general excitement. Though the rappers are no strangers to beefing with each other, it is a move that just might have other enemies taking notice.