The Game Claims 50 Cent Paid Him $1 Million To Stop Saying ‘G-Unot’

50 Cent’s hassle with The Game ended up costing him a lot of money.

The former G-Unit members have been arguing for years and the end is not yet in sight. Now Game is making a shocking new revelation about their nearly two-decade-old beef.

In an interview with the “All the Smoke” podcast, Game claimed that Jimmy Iovine, 50 and former CEO of Interscope, paid him $1 million to stop using his “G-Unot” tagline.

“50 and Jimmy Iovine, they gave me a million dollars to stop saying G-Unot,” Game said. “They wrote me a check, they bought it. I had to trademark the G-Unot. And you remember I walked around with the rat and did all that shit, that hurt sh*t – killed the G-Unit.’

Game says his attacks on G-Unit were bad for business. “You stopped seeing candy cane tops and all that shit,” he said. “The whole G-Unit/Mark Ecko, the shoes, all that shit died. That sh*t was an instant hot item, G-Unit clothing. Ni**as wore the sweat, the headbands, the masks, everything.”

According to Game, the only way to get him to stop was to purchase the “G-Unot” trademark. “So they had to pay me. I should have asked for more, but they gave me a million. But I’m a hood ni**a, a million dollars just to stop saying this word? Where’s the check? They wrote the check and I quit.”

In March, Game claimed he had ended his 1950s rap career. “@50cent The last time you did this to me, G-Unit clothing was put in a box with the whole group and you went to the television,” he told the “Power” producer.

Game, whose new album drillmatic drops June 10, also continues its one-sided beef with Eminem. During the same interview, he once again stated that he can surpass the ‘Rap God’.

“I don’t hear Eminem on the street,” he said. “I’m not saying he can’t rap. The skills are there. I’m just the better rapper. I just didn’t get the light that was given to him.”

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