The Game has shown some love to 50 Cent and Dr. Dre for helping bring his dreams to life on the 18th anniversary of his major label debut, The Documentary.

The Game Salutes 50 Cent & Dr. Dre On ‘The Documentary’ Anniversary


On Wednesday (January 18), the Compton native took to Instagram to celebrate the album by reflecting on its recording process and what it took to get the project done. According to The Game, his main goal was to tell his story and give his son a chance to live a different life than his father had.

He also saluted 50 Cent and Dr. Dre for everything they did to help him out. Both 50 and Dre served as executive producers on the album, and The Game was also signed to G-Unit and Aftermath, respectively.

“18 years ago today…. A hip hop classic was born,” The Game captioned his post. “All I wanted to do was tell my story & make sure my son would never live the life I did. @snoopdogg passed me the torch, @bustarhymes kept me focused… @drdre laid the foundation & @50cent helped put the puzzle together.”

He continued: “I took @jonathanmannion to the depths of Compton, California & showed him the heart of what I survived. He captured the essence of my city, my hood & brought to the world my vision. Always remember, it is no longer a dream once it becomes reality.”

Despite showing love to 50 and Dre, The Game has thrown plenty of shots at them in the past. One of the most recent incidents saw Game claim that Kanye West did more for him than Dr. Dre on an episode of Drink Champs.

“It’s crazy that Ye did more for me in the last two weeks than [Dr.] Dre did for me my whole career,” he told the Drink Champs crew. A few months later, he admitted during a conversation on the I Am Athlete podcast that he was hurt by Dre not inviting him to perform with him at the Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2022.

“The real reason I wasn’t on the Super Bowl is because I’m not a ‘safe’ artist,” he said. “You don’t know what Game gon’ do when he get up there. They went with the ‘safe’ artists.”

As for 50 Cent, The Game called the G-Unit boss a “bitch” whilst performing at a recent concert in Houston, Texas.

“I’m a tell everybody in here: I still don’t fuck with 50 Cent. He a bitch n-gga,” Game said. “It ain’t no cut with that n-gga. Next time we in the same place n-gga, shit getting thrown. I don’t fuck with that n-gga, he a sucker n-gga.”

Game continued: “I’m a say it in Houston, I’ll say it in New York, I’ll say it anywhere n-gga, that n-gga’s a straight bitch. And I like the TV show. N-gga, now put that on the internet.”

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