Those holding out hope that the once almighty five-man G-Unit crew of 50, Banks, Yayo, Buck and Game would squash their differences and reunite for an album, might want to give up optimism. Boss, 50 Cent recently chopped it up with Complex during a recent stop at the International CES convention in Las Vegas, and all but shot down any chance of the old gang getting back together for a record.The rap mogul did leave the door open for a possible reunion with the original members, Banks and Yayo, but said there's currently no energy going towards the project. "Tell me where’s the interest from G-Unit members," questioned Fif. "You got new guys out there that don’t have the support of record companies and are working, just to sustain and generate that energy that’s there. I like to collaborate with them, did it for a long time. Maybe there’s a point that we’ll come back together and make a disc."

When it comes to adding long-time nemesis, Game to the mix, Curtis shot that down saying, "It’ll never be five. That’ll never happen. I don’t even know if that’s possible because I don’t talk to them. I haven’t had communications with Young Buck since he been out of jail. I’ll never work with Game."

Check out the entire interview, here.