Game “Bags” on 50 Cent

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070403_game_50cent Just when it looked like the 50 vs. Game beef might’ve been squashed, blood is boiling once more.

The Game posted the grimly-titled track "Body Bags" online yesterday as a response to Tony Yayo (part of 50 Cent‘s crew) allegedly smacking the 14-year-old son of the owner of Czar Entertainment (the group that manages the Game). AllHipHop did a great recap of the track’s lyrics; suffice it to say that when an MC spits rhymes about how to best silence a pistol with a potato, things ain’t too rosy.

Meanwhile, 50 Cent announced that he’s launching his own investigation into the Yayo incident. He also changed the title of his upcoming album to "Curtis" and leaked a new single online, but right now all eyes are on how, or if, he’ll respond to the Game.

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