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50 Cent has always been known for poking at people and seldom letting anything go without it sparking a beef or a comment from him. But things are different for the G-Unit general these days. In the past few years, some of Fif's longest-running beefs have come to a definitive end, with Fat Joe, Nas and Young Buck among those who have been let off the hook. After 50 appeared on stage with French Montana during Chris Brown's Summer Jam set last Sunday, another long-running feud bit the dust. Here's a rundown of all the beefs 50 Cent has squashed lately. Will Ja Rule be next? [Ed Note: Nah.]

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Jadakiss and The LOX

In early 2014, 50 Cent also squashed his beef with Jadakiss. Explaining that their beef was never too serious, 50 Cent and The Lox went on to collaborate on two records that wound up on Fif's Animal Ambition LP.


Fat Joe

After beefing for close to a decade, 50 and Fat Joe decided to bury the hatchet. The two came together for a tribute to their former manager, Chris Lighty, following his sudden death in 2012. Afterwards, the two remained somewhat cool. Then in January 2014, the two rappers collaborated on "Free Again," a track on which they reflect on their tough pasts.

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At Summer Jam 2014, 50 Cent put a nearly 10 year old beef to rest. After releasing several diss tracks like "Piggy Bank" and "Window Shopper" aimed at Nas, both rappers made peace on the Summer Jam stage.

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50 Cent also squashed his beef with his G-Unit brothers Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck. Coming together for the first time in years, the crew treated fans to a selection of classic hits in their first appearance on the Summer Jam stage since 50 was banned a decade ago.



This disagreement stemmed from a bet that the two rappers had made last May, on a fight between boxers Terence Crawford and Yuriorkis Gamboa. The latter is one of the fighters with whom 50 was professionally and financially involved; he lost to Crawford by a knockout. However, when it became time to settle the $1 million wager, Webbie and his team allege that the G-Unit general was nowhere to be found. Luckily, the two came to terms on a musical arrangement and nobody was harmed in the course of the disagreement.

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Floyd Mayweather

After a year of back-and-forth that hit some pretty low levels, 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather have patched things up and are back on the same page. For now. The duo were seen walking into the boxer’s Las Vegas gym together before Floyd's fight with Manny Pacquiao, with 50 posting a picture of the two together with the caption, “THE original MONEY TEAM, you gotta love it. My brother ready, May 2 don’t get scared now. #FRIGO #EFFENVODKA #SMSAUDIO.”

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French Montana

French Montana is currently grieving for the loss of his friend and right hand man Chinx, who was murdered in Queens last month. Maybe that's what helped soften a beef that bloomed out of 50's ongoing feud with French's label boss Diddy. But to see the two on stage together at Summer Jam this past weekend during Chris Brown's set was a positive step for the unification of New York hip-hop. Let's hope it lasts.


Ja Rule... Almost

Things had almost seemed good! In November of 2013, Ja tweeted that he and 50 had been on the same plane, even sitting in the same row, without having a problem. He even hashtagged it #GrownManShit, seemingly putting everything that had happened in the prior 15 years behind him. Of course, it couldn't last; after G-Unit reunited at Summer Jam last year and performed "I Smell Pussy," their classic diss aimed at Ja Rule and Murder Inc., Ja didn't handle it well and reopened the old wound on Twitter. Honestly, what would the world look like if 50 and Ja were cool? We may never know.