(AllHipHop News) Game and his camp have been hinting that he would be open to a G-unit reunion for some time. First, Game said so himself on his track "Scared Now" off 2012's Jesus Piece. His manager, Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd, told the Wall Street Journal that he has been attempting "to make [a reunion] happen." Now, the rapper and reality tv star is trying a new approach.
The Compton emcee used his Facebook page to promote a new website, gunitreunion.com, which allows fans of the rap collective to sign a petition asking that Game, 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck put aside their differences and comeback together for another project.
"It’s about time we gave the world what they want, a ‘Reunion’, there is no doubt that if the group reformed they would smash their way to the top again," states a message on the website.
The site has already gained over 5,000 signatures, and while fans seem to want to see a comeback, other former members of G-Unit haven't sounded to optimistic about the idea in recent interviews.
Yayo spoke with MTV news telling them he'd be interested in a 3-man G-unit returning, "I would love to see a G-Unit reunion. I would love to see me, Banks and 50 definitely onstage."
When it comes to working with Game again, Yayo wasn't as open-minded. "My problem with [Game] is that once he got to the point where he wanted to be, where he sells 5 million records, it was 'G-Unot.' So like why would you want a reunion now if you want to be the guy to try to bring down the brand and the name?"
Last week G-Unit leader 50 Cent seemed to put an end to any type of reunion ever taking place when he addressed the possibility with Ear Candy Mornings on Sirius Hip-Hop Nation. When asked if a reunion will happen, 50 responded, "probably not."
He then added, "I don't care what other people want. I give a fuck what they want. A reunion? You can kiss my motherfucking ass as far as that's concerned."