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.

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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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