“I mean you gotta understand with any war comes peace eventually and a lot of wars are the fault of men’s egos, the onlookers and the little fires being started,” Wack 100 told AllHipHop.com. “I think it was a misunderstanding that spiraled out of control. Once I was able to speak with 50, and speak with Game and put them together to speak; me and Monster [50’s head of security] supervised that…it was no tension.”
He added, “They sat there and wrapped their arms around each other and whispered in each other’s ear, head nodded and laughed and giggled and shook each other’s hands as if nothing had ever happened…”
Ultimately, Wack’s biggest mission between the two former foes is to get them to take part in a Verzuz matchup. He teased such an event on Instagram in November 2020, touting how he’s gotten both men to agree before and he could do it again.
Wack further stated the beef between 50 and Game began when he wasn’t Game’s manager. Game’s then manager, incarcerated mogul Jimmy Henchman, helped spearhead Game’s fabled “G-Unot” campaign against 50 at the height of the feud and helped muddy things even further. Not until Wack entered the picture did things clear up between the two former labelmates.
“Just to clarify, when all that beef started, that wasn’t on my watch. When I took over the things on my watch I always looked towards correcting it which eventually it got corrected,” Wack said. “That’s why 50 could see me and he don’t have a problem having a conversation with me because I wasn’t a part of that movement.”
Given their respective history, Game and 50 are among the few logical parings one another has for a Verzuz type event. 50’s mixtape run combined with his stranglehold on music from 2003 until 2008 resulted in the biggest debut album of all-time in Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, 2005’s The Massacre going platinum in less than seven days despite massive bootlegging and an arsenal of singles and more. At the same time, Game’s 2005 debut The Documentary emerged as one of the West Coast’s biggest projects in years, resulting in the album going double platinum, according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and selling five million copies worldwide.