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NEW YORK - MARCH 9: Rapper The Game makes an appearance at the Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture to announce himself and 50 Cent have decided to put their differences aside and make amends on March 9, 2005 in New York City.

The Game states where he stands with his friend Anderson .Paak on posthumous albums.

.Paak made headlines after an image of his newest tattoo surfaced explaining how he wants his music handled when he is no longer here.

“When I’m gone please don’t release any posthumous albums or songs with my name attached,” reads Paak’s request. “Those were just demos and never intended to be heard by the public.”

After posthumous albums of Pop Smoke, Juice WRLD, and DMX getting mixed reviews from fans, rappers have been more vocal on what direction they would like their music.

“Number one, you gotta respect his — and everyone’s — artistry,” says Game per TMZ. “Anderson is like my brother, and I think for him, when I read it, I thought it was dope. I think I’m in agreeance with that, man. I don’t want my s— out.”

Hopefully the record labels will respect their wishes.