The Game is not giving up on G-Unit like 50 Cent and others.
The Compton kicked start a new petition in hopes to reunite one of hip-hop’s biggest groups of the last decade.
The Game is using his Facebook fan page, as well as, a new website, gunitreunion.com, to promote his drive for a G-Unit reunion.
On the site fans of G-Unit to sign the petition asking 50 Cent, Game, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and Lloyd Bank to settle their differences and launch a comeback.
Rapper Tony Yayo says he is not open to working with the Game, but would prefer a 3-member G-Unit reunion.
“I would love to see a G-Unit reunion. I would love to see me, Banks and 50 definitely onstage,” Yayo told MTV News.
“My problem with [Game] is that once he got to the point where he wanted to be, where he sells 5 million records, it was ‘G-Unot.’ So like why would you want a reunion now if you want to be the guy to try to bring down the brand and the name?” Yayo added.
During an interview last week with Ear Candy Mornings on Sirius Hip-Hop Nation, 50 Cent says there probably will “not” be a G-Unit reunion.