Anti G-Unit movement started by rap artist The Game, who is actually signed to Geffen Records, not, as many believe, Black Wall Street. BWS is The Game's "clique". Just as 50 Cent has G-Unit, Big Punisher had Terror Squad, and 2Pac had the Outlawz.
The major starting point for G Unot was the 14 minute song "300 Bars 'n' Runnin'". Shortly after its release, The Game led a large protest outside the G-Unit Records building. It involved local O.Gs, along with BWS members, brandishing G-Unot signs with pictures of crossed out rats, and the slogan "Gangsta U Not". Abuse was shouted at G-Unit through megaphones, and it is alleged that The Game produced a handgun, and fired several rounds into the building.
G- G- G- G-uNOT
Yeah muthafuckers, you know who it is...Nu Jerzey Devil
"...you sell records, but a g-g-G Unot"
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