Game and 50 Cent's long-running feud seemed to have cooled off recently--so much so that fans began speculating that the former G-Unit cohorts may be on the verge of reuniting.

The indication that the cold war had thawed began earlier this year after Game praised 50's Effen Vodka In an Instagram post. And Game and 50 were both on-hand at the Playhouse nightclub in Hollywood--with Game's manager Wack posting that he'd helped the two "come together."

And last week, Game's artist Pharoah Jackson wrote on Instagram: "The Beatles, aka, G-Unit are joining forces again. 'Straight Outta Compton' the movie captivated the globe. Now what's going to happen when we do the G-unit movie with all the drama? G-Unit took over the world, but egos caused them to break up."

But in an interview with HipHopDX on the set of a video shoot for his single "Roped Off," Game made it clear that no one should be jumping the gun to speculate that he and 50 are ready to work together again.

"I don't know where that came from, man, but I can't see that happening no time in the near future," said Game. But he added that there is no bad blood--despite the fact that there won't be a collaboration or a reunion happening right now.

He also claimed that he has no ill will towards anyone in G-Unit and supports what they are all doing.

"You know, he's doing his thing. I'm doing my thing. [Lloyd] Banks, [Young] Buck and [Tony] Yayo, they all doing their thing. Everybody just doing they thing. Positivity--it's all love these days. 2016, we trying to keep everybody alive out there. Feel me?"

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