Earlier this month, 50 Cent and The Game set their decade-long differences aside when they were both at Ace of Diamonds in Los Angeles, officially squashing their beef with some daps and friendly conversation. “I feel no certain way," Game said, "What happened, that shit was 12 years ago."

Paying a visit to Real 92.3's Big Boy in the Morning recently, 50 says that thinking back on it now, he can't even recall why the two started feuding in the first place. "He came, he kicked it," 50 says of the reunion. "I always said I didn’t understand where it came from. He explained it to me… I haven’t wished bad on him the entire time."

For the stringent hip-hop historians, the bad blood first bubbled up when Game said that he wasn't interested in siding with 50 and G-Unit in their many beefs back then. The Game's major label debut, The Documentary, which featured 50 on singles "How We Do" and "Hate It Or Love It," dropped just a few months before 50's own The Massacre. On "Piggy Bank" off that album, 50 famously goes at Jadakiss, Fat Joe, Nas and more. 50 took Game's abstention as a slight, with their relationship deteriorating quickly thereafter.

There was a notion leading up to that strip club meet-up that tensions had quelled between the two former collaborators, as the two were seen partying among one another back in March at Playhouse nightclub in Hollywood. A few days prior, Game had given 50 props for his Effen vodka, saying “I started drinking Effen Vodka and I thought this bullshit is actually amazing."

Watch 50 speaking with Big Boy in the Instagram video up above.

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