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If 50 Cent can make up with Game just to be a positive role model to the black community. Then why doesn't he make up with Ja Rule? Many of 50's fans sicken me because when he was trying to destroy Ja's career no one seemed to care. Now that 50 makes peace with Game he is being positive and mature. Was it the gunshots that finally brought them back to reality? To me the label heads just forced them to make up.
Reports say that half the time 50 and Game couldn't even look each other in the eye.

If 50 makes up with Ja, Jada, Fat Joe and co. then I will accept that he's matured.
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Originally posted by maverick:
If 50 Cent can make up with Game just to be a positive role model to the black community. Then why doesn't he make up with Ja Rule? Many of 50's fans sicken me because when he was trying to destroy Ja's career no one seemed to care. Now that 50 makes peace with Game he is being positive and mature. Was it the gunshots that finally brought them back to reality? To me the label heads just forced them to make up.
Reports say that half the time 50 and Game couldn't even look each other in the eye.

If 50 makes up with Ja, Jada, Fat Joe and co. then I will accept that he's matured.

Firstly, I am at a loss as to why anyone would ever deem most of these rappers (or insert athlete's, actors...) role models. There are a few exceptions (e.g. Mos Def, KRS One), but 50 is certainly not now or for the foreseeable future worthy of such a designation.

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