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The Game Declares War On 50 Cent, Jay-Z Ignites Summer Jam   Print 
Tuesday, 07 June 2005

hip-hop news"Retired" rapper and current Def Jam president Jay-Z was the highlight of Hot 97's annual Summer Jam concert, however it will be The Game's performance that most people will talk about.

Introduced by Kanye West, the unexpected Jay-Z performance began with the crowd of 50,000 inside Giants Stadium erupting into spontaneous applause. After reveling in the long-lived adulation, Hova went on to perform hits such as "Public Service Announcement" and "Encore" from The Black Album. The crowd's energy was in high contrast to the response to the previous display from The Game, who used his set to attack former colleague 50 Cent.

Game, dressed in a Mets jersey and carrying a baseball bat, continually barked the phrase “G-g-g-g-u-not!” and yelled curses at 50 Cent and the entire G-Unit crew.

The vitriol, which included the beat-down of a rat mascot wearing a G-Unit tank top, and identified by Game as “My n***a 50 Cent,” is the latest chapter in the once-squashed feud between 50 and Game which saw the latter get booted from the G-Unit click.

The two had supposedly kissed and made up, but Game's performance has put all hopes of peace to bed. The Compton emcee, who only months ago joined 50 Cent in contributing money to Los Angeles schools, summed up his true feelings by whipping his G-Unit necklace into the crowd.

50 Cent, who was booed during his performance during last year's Summer Jam, is expected to retort on his upcoming Anger Management tour.

Summer Jam, now in its 12th year, will air June 24 on Fuse at 9pm EST.

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