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The hip hop star made the comment on Twitter

The Game 'outs' 50 Cent as gay

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Following his comments suggesting that several famous rappers were in the closet, The Game has taken it upon himself to 'out' 50 Cent.

In a conversation with gossip site TMZ on Twitter, the hip hop artist defended himself from accusations of homophobia, writing:

Look @TMZ its simple: if your GAY be GAY!!! I don't have a problem with GAY peopleā€¦ I like Elton John's music a lot #StraightTweet (sic)


He added:

@TMZ but look around, shit I be surprised when I see someone who's not GAY. My girl hair stylist is GAY & he cool. @50cent GAY n we was cool.


The two artists have been feuding for years.

The Game recently said that closeted gay people "are the only type of gay people that I have a problem with". He reaffirmed his point saying: "Game don't have a problem with gay people. Game has problem with people who are pretending not to be gay."

The Game recently released his fourth studio album, 'The RED Album'.


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