The Game upset 50 and his G-Unit pals earlier this year (05) when he accused the IN DA CLUB hitmaker of being "a rat" and blasted all his labelmates on record.
But, while many have fought back, Olivia plans to keep her thoughts about her former pal to herself - even though he refers to her as 'Oliver' and suggests she was born a guy.
She says, "Why should that bother me? We'll all laugh, like, 'Uh, that was funny.' We're so nonchalant about that whole subject. He's the one still harbouring feelings."
And, unlike The Game, Olivia, who collaborated with 50 Cent on Candy Shop isn't planning to quit her G-Unit "family" any time soon.
She adds, "Whatever Fif (sic) does, I'm going to support, because he's a great boss - and you shouldn't go against your family."
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