Make me wanna call 50 and let him know what's on my mind
But I just hold back cause we ain't beefin' like that
He ain't B.I.G. and I ain't 'Pac we just eatin' off rap
In perhaps one of the most somber, honest moments of the entire album, Game is mentioning he regrets how the falling out went between he and the G-Unit camp and wishes he and his former labelmate 50 Cent could talk out their differences responsibly. Game was forced to change entire labels due to their feud and lost much of Dre’s support and many of his fans didn’t expect him to carry on a successful solo career without Aftermath behind the scenes (which he proved that he could when he scored his 2nd No. 1 album!)
However he lets go and learns to live with it because it’s a situation he’s starting to live with and has become successful without him. He compares the situation to the East vs. West rivalry of the coasts two biggest stars (2Pac and The Game claiming the West, 50 Cent and The Notorious B.I.G. claiming the East) and how it eventually cost the lives of the two icons. Game just wants to live his life and not worry about whether or not their beef will turn out the same way.
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