As Def Sounds previously reported, Game’s manager revealed that he has been working everyday in effort to get Game and 50 Cent to resolve their differences in hopes of a G-Unit reunion. Now, Game’s on the same side as his manager, and wants the reunion to take place, but he wants to leave it in the hands of the fans as the Compton rapper has started an online petition in hopes of getting enough signatures to make all sides see that a reunion is the best thing to do for all parties involved at this point.

Game took to his Facebook page, and left a status update stating: “Is there a G Unit Reunion gonna happen in 2013??? Let’s see how many signatures we get!” with a link to sign the petition: “Vote here www.GUnitReunion.com.”

Tony Yayo, most recently spoke out on Game wanting to get the Unit back together, as he said:

My problem with [Game] is that once he got to the point where he wanted to be, when he sold 5 million records, it was G-Unot. So it’s like why would you want a reunion now if you want to be the guy to bring down the brand and the name.

As of press time, Game has already received 6,667 signatures on his petition in hopes of a G-Unit reunion.

If you like like to see a G-Unit reunion, head over and sign Game’s petition [here].