By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      Since the beef is pretty much old now, Dr. Dre finally got to share his thoughts on the whole fiasco from a couple of years ago. In an interview in the upcoming issue of GQ obtained by MTV News, Dr. Dre said that he tried to stay out of the squabble and didn’t want to talk about it to the media.

      "It was definitely a conscious thing," Dre said of his decision to not talk about the beef. "This is something that’s between labelmates. I’ve said, ‘When you guys are ready to make some music, let’s get down. Let’s get in the studio.’ All that other stuff, that’s not for me. This is something they created, so it’s something they have to handle. I don’t feel like I have to choose a side."

      According to MTV News, Dre also revealed in the GQ interview that, at the request of Interscope Chairman Jimmy Iovine, he once asked Game not to dis 50 during a New York show. "I knew that this one wasn’t gonna go away," he said. "I know these guys, and I know nobody is gonna back down."

      So that’s probably why The Game kicked off Aftermath/Interscope Records and sent over to Geffen Records.

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/mississippi80 mississippian

    IT’s good you got rid of that cat.
    He got some real issues to deal with.
    I think that nigga bipolar too

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/sisayb sexy0

    The Game all the way, He can lyrically assassinate 50 cents.

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/dopa3 dopa4

    fuck game he a bitch i thought he was a rydah but when the beef hit he just wanted to be friends that pussy ass nigga

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/killakay mr.300

    game is juss unloyal..

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/D-Shot Adiktiv

    Wake up youngins… Dis ain’t the streets. If it don’t make dollas then it don’t make sense. At the end of the day it was a business desicion. It had nothing to do with anything else.