The Super Bowl LVI halftime show was unforgettable. With Mary J Blige, R&B and its nostalgia were in full force. While Mary made us dance, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and 50 the West Coast. But it seems that The Game felt that he should have been among his former labelmates as well.

By sharing some posts on his Instagram stories, he seems to have the same feelings as his fans. One message read: "FYI @losangelesconfiedential should have taken the stage at the Super Bowl." He continued, "I'll be the first to say it." Game shared it on his Instagram story, saying, "S**t brazy fr."

Another story he shared was: "@losangelesconfidential SHOULD APPEAR IN THE SUPER BOWL WITH @DRDRE I WANT TO SAY THIS IS THE." The message continued: "Oh, and just wait until DRILLMATIC FALLS."

Some commenters responded, saying, "It would have been great to hear Hate or Love It." Another person "agreed" with the post. Another wrote: "He's not on that level, sorry." Another commenter said, "he never crossed my mind last night."

As you know, The Game signed to 50 Cent's G-Unit label in 2003, but it didn't end very well. The Game became the 1950s rival within the same label. In a 2019 interview with The People's Party With Talib Kweli, the rapper discussed his challenge with 50 Cent.

"If [50 Cent] and I didn't have meat, no, we'd be billionaires by now," Game said. "Though he forgives, he doesn't forget," admits The Game, "I set fire to G-Unit and he didn't like that." The Game also released mixtapes and diss tracks on 50, Lloyd Banks, Tonya Yayo and Young Buck judged.

In 2016, the two squashed their meat, but have not collaborated on any new projects. As you know, 50 and Game previously collaborated with Mary J. Blige on 2005's Hate It Or Love It. The single, taken from her album The Documentary, reached number one on the charts and received a Grammy nomination.