Fans of 50 Cent may know that he hasn’t got along with fellow rapper The Game. Although they were G-Unit members, the two have been dissing one another, with The Game recently targeting 50 Cent’s credibility as an artist. While the two seem to be at each other’s throats, an old hard drive reveals that the two weren’t always the worst enemies.

A hard drive that reportedly includes 50 Cent’s demo of The Game’s 2005 song “Higher” was found. The song was part of the classic album The Documentary. Interestingly, many of the bars 50 Cent uses in the demo can be found in the final version.

The demo may prove 50 Cent’s claim that he wrote six songs for The Game’s album. The rapper has suggested that the songs were meant for his second album, The Massacre, but he was convinced not to include them.

As for The Game, the rapper has since denied 50 Cent’s involvement with his projects. His next album, Drillmatic, is set to release this week. You can check out the newly-discovered lost media below, and apparently the owner is willing to sell for ethereum.

What do you make of 50 Cent’s collaboration with The Game? Sound off in the comments section below.

Joshua Jones

Joshua Jones is a writer for both Thirsty for News and Ringside News. He's been a wrestling fan since 2004 and has always tuned into Monday Night Raw.

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