Ain�t no love in the heart of the city. At least when The Game comes to town.
The West coaster lashed out against G-Unit members yesterday (June 5) during Hot 97�s Summer Jam concert � nearly overshadowing a surprise appearance by �the god MC� Jay-Z � in Game�s first New York performance since 50 Cent booted him from his camp over allegations of disloyalty and arguments regarding songwriting credits.
�G-g-g-g-u-not!!!!� The Game sneered throughout his set, as he appeared at Giants Stadium, which is actually in New Jersey, decked out in a matching Mets fitted cap and baseball jersey.
�I ain�t no solider and I don�t follow suit like Yayo and Lloyd Banks,� he continued to a mixed reaction of boos and cheers.
Performing selections from his multi-platinum album The Documentary, including �How We Do� and �Dreams,� The Game made sure to rework lyrics on the tracks in order to avoid celebrating his one-time affiliation with the Gorilla Unit, 50�s collective featuring Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck.
�Enough of that n***a, now listen to Game,� he rapped over 50�s verse on the duo�s hit collaboration, �Hate It or Love It.�
But the insults weren�t left solely to songs. A mascot resembling a rat appeared on stage wearing a G-Unit tank top, to which Game remarked: �My n***a 50 Cent,� before beating down the rodent and declaring: �I ran out the rat hole and got my cheese.�
The Game also challenged Banks and Yayo as he told the sun-sweltered audience he would knock the Queens rappers out, only if, he asserted, Yayo would come out the house, making light of his court-mandated house arrest. Game took another stab at 50, asking the audience if they missed the �real� King of New York, Biggie Smalls. The rapper then punctuated his scathing set when he snidely commented on 50�s relocation to Connecticut and later tossed his G-Unit necklace into the crowd.
�F**k this chain,� he yelled as he sent his pendant airborne.