Speaking to Power 106 Los Angeles radio station’s L.A. Leakers (Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk), The Game spoke about the possibility of battling his long-term rival 50 Cent on Verzuz.
“You can’t really talk about 50 Cent and hip-hop without somebody bring up Game, and you definitely can’t say Game without somebody saying: ‘But, oh, 50 wrote all your hits. You ain’t shit without 50,” he said.
“It’s a Game and Fif, and Fif and Game thing. And so, as far as the Verzuz is concerned, that is the only person I would even entertain doing a Verzuz with, because it just makes the most sense and nobody else can really go with me.”
The Game added: “There’s no-one that can do a Verzuz with [Lil] Wayne or a Verzuz with Drake, unless they’re in there with each other … There’s nobody else for me. There’s nobody else but 50. It has to be that, and it is what it is.
“So, I’m not sure that we’re gonna do it – but if we do I’m definitely down to sit in a room with him and have some Le Chemin Du Roi.”
50 Cent spoke about the possibility of doing a Verzuz with The Game last month – on the condition that The Game couldn’t play any records which feature 50 Cent’s vocals.
“Look, as much as we argued and fought in the early stages, I would rather see [The Game] benefit from the momentum than someone else,” 50 Cent told Big Boy. “He’s still a part of G-Unit and is going to be a part of the legacy overall.”
Back in September, 50 Cent confirmed that he was working on a new TV series that will examine his past beef with The Game.