5 Things 50 Cent And The Game Should Do Now That They're All Good
A Charity Project
The Game is a gracious giver. He started his Robin Hood Project to give back those in need and has made a vow to donate millions to those less fortunate. Meanwhile, Fif is on the Board of Directors for the G-Unity Foundation, which offers grants to nonprofit organizations that serve at-risk communities. Now that there is no bad blood, they can join forces for a greater good.
A Line Of Merchandise
Now that Game and 50 have called a truce, why not make some bank off of it? Besides bringing in cash with royalties, they can collaborate on a line of merchandise. They are no strangers to selling merchandise. The Game has co-signed La Familia MMXIV and boosted Ethika underwear sales by 500 percent with a raunchy, viral selfie earlier this year. 50 dominated hip-hop fashion in the mid-2000s with G-Unit Clothing and his Reebok deal. Hopefully there will be some some street style courtesy of the east and west coast reps coming to a shop (or online store) near you.
A New Song
Game and 50 have not been on a track together since 2005’s “ Hate It or Love It.” The song, which was certified gold, placed in the no. 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was also Grammy-nominated. This chart-topping success needs to be revisited again.
A Cameo On 'Power'
The third season of Power has had record-breaking ratings and viewers have been on the edge waiting on Ghost and Tommy’s next move. There have also been some well chosen new additions to the cast each season, with Anika Noni-Rose being the latest taking on the role as Kanan’s crooked cop cousin LaVerne “Jukebox” Ganner. Game has only taken on the small screen once in Belly 2, but under 50’s wing Chuck Taylor would look good getting a taste of Power.
A Joint Tour
Since The Game is now in the good graces of the G-Unit general, they can start making some tour stops in some major cities performing some of their hits, old and new. Bringing the rest of the G-Unit crew along for the ride would trigger some 2000’s nostalgia for sure.