Earlier this month, 50 Cent and The Game buried their long-standing feud at very neutral place:  the Ace of Diamonds strip club in Los Angeles. But not much was known in terms of exactly how they squashed their beef--until now.

In a new interview on Real 92.3’s Big Boy in the Morning, the New York rhymer revealed how it all went down. According to 50, he didn’t know how he and The Game ever became enemies in the first place.

"I always said I didn’t understand where it came from. He explained it to me," recalls 50 on their reconciliation (via Complex). "We're in the same place. We're cool. I haven’t wished bad on him the entire time."

During the peace treaty at the Ace of Diamonds, The Game told the crowd that he no longer has an issue with 50 Cent.

"I f--- with 50," he said. "What happened, that s--- was 12 years ago. N----s ain't on that s---. Drink your motherf---ing Effen [vodka]."

Recently, 50 Cent squashed his beef with another prominent rapper. The G-Unit leader went on his Instagram page to post a photo of himself and his former rap adversary, Cam'ron, having a good laugh. 50 captioned one photo with "Money 'Power' Respect."

Overall, it's good to see 50 Cent ending decade-long feuds with fellow rappers. Hopefully, other rappers will take note (*cough* Drake).

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