50 Cent: “I Got My A** Kicked Writing Hit Records For Game”

G-Unit boss 50 Cent reveals his disinterest in helping pen hit records for artists after putting time and energy into Game’s 2005 debut album, The Documentary.

In the new issue of VIBE magazine, 50 Cent explained the difference between him and Jay-Z’s business tactics.

“Jay will write a song for [Diddy]. The hit record he got right now, Jay did for him,” 50 explained in the interview. “I’m not doing that. I got my a** kicked writing hit records for Game. I’m not doing that anymore. I’ve already exhausted myself in that area. I don’t have anything against them. I’ve had issues with both of them at different points. When you go down a dark avenue with me, then we go headfirst. They understand who i am. This is why when I run into Jay or Puff it’s not an issue. It’s always like ‘Why can’t you do it like that? You could have said this.'”

50 Cent said Game did not give him enough credit for his work on his debut album “The Documentary.”