At a BET Awards afterparty, The Game said he is still benefitting financially from his former crew, according to TMZ.

“Thirty million in the pocket, still spending G-Unit money, nigga,” he says. “I ain’t on the radio, nigga. I’m in the streets, nigga. It’s the mothafucking Westside, nigga.”

The Game was not included in the G-Unit reunion at 2014’s Summer Jam and he has an ongoing feud with the New York crew’s boss, 50 Cent.



The Los Angeles rapper is currently working on The Documentary 2, the sequel to his debut album, which was released on G-Unit, in conjunction with Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records.

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