50 Cent says that Mobb Deep is off of G-Unit, but Game never left

10 Nov

50 Cent IIIn light of 50 Cent coming so close to finishing his last album for his longtime home of Interscope Records, he has been letting his G-Unit artists run loose. The only artist signed to G-Unit/Interscope is Young Buck. As far as the other artists, they have one-album deals with various indie labels.

The status of Mobb Deep has been in question for some time, a few months ago, Havoc revealed that they were still signed to the G-Unit imprint. However, only minutes ago, 50 Cent revealed that he has released them from their contract. There have been rumors of a feud between 50 Cent and Mobb Deep for a few years, now.

Back in 2005, 50 Cent proved that he had a business mind when he took his small G-Unit label and had it sitting upon the top of the hip hop game. He grew the roster to unexpected heights and he had everyone performing at their peak. Among the most impressive acts on the label was The Game. Out of all of the artists, he showed the most promise.

However, once The Game acheived success, he began feuding with 50 Cent. Before long, diss records were being exchanged and 50 threatened to shelf his next album. To avoid all of this, The Game left G-Unit Records in 2006 for sister label, Geffen Records. Once that happened, everyone assumed that The Game was no longer signed to G-Unit Records.

On his sophomore album, Doctor’s Advocate, The Game repeatedly says that he is no longer signed to G-Unit Records. Clearly, it states that he is signed to Geffen/Interscope on the packaging of that album, along with LAX. Despite what the facts state, 50 Cent claims that Game is still signed to G-Unit Records. In other words, he has made money off of every album released by Game.

While 50 Cent is a businessman first, he is a very proud businessman. Never would he allow any artist that he is over to collaborate with anyone that he has an issue with. There is no secret behind the fact that he hates Ja Rule. No matter how much he hates Game and no matter how few times they even see each other would he have allowed Game to collaborate with Ja Rule.

Back in 2007, The Game was featured on Ja Rule’s song, “Sunset.” Had he really been signed to G-Unit, 50 Cent would have stopped that record from ever being recorded, along with every other 50 Cent diss that appears on Doctor’s Advocate and LAX. He did not stop any of this from happening, even though he could. According to 50 Cent, Game never left G-Unit Records.

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