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‘Candy Shop’ maker 50 Cent has some interesting thoughts on Beyonce’s current “Beck” situation, suggesting that the latter is far more talented than the ‘Sexy Daddy’ chanteuse thus more deserving of the Grammy award she lost to him.
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As True Blood’s poorly written last season drawing to a close, ‘HBO‘ sets it sights on new series ‘A Family Business’, set for takeoff at the top of 2015.
Now, after bidding adieu to VH1‘s ‘Love & Hip Hop New York‘, singer Olivia has announced that the network has enlisted her to star in the series, doing so during a recent chit chat with the ‘Hot 97’ radio station.
Want details on her new role and her ugly departure from Hip Hop’s G-Unit?
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G-Unit hop on Chris Brown‘s ‘Loyal‘ bandwagon today, kicking down R&B’s door to deliver their very own remix of the Nic Nac– produced bop.
Led by 50 Cent, the remix comes as the crew make their way back to the forefront of Hip Hop following the rapper’s departure from ‘Interscope’, coming after ‘She’ siren Keyshia Cole blessed its production with her own version of the song, serving as a buzz single for her forthcoming LP, ‘Point of no Return.’
Did ‘Fancy‘ singer Beyonce attempt to attack former ‘Columbia’ pal 50 Cent?
Sound like a strange question? Well, perhaps it won’t be when the story the latter told Power 105.1’s ‘The Breakfast Club’ this week, claiming that the ‘Pretty Hurts’ singer jumped from a ledge to confront him over an alleged feud she had with her husband Jay Z.
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Could Jay Z‘s recent dig at Drake spark a feud between their significant others?
Let 50 Cent tell it, and the answer to that question is yes, weighing on the pair’s ‘war of words’ during his interview on the ‘Russ Parr Morning Show.’
His take on the matter? Well, after revealing that he didn’t quite understand Drake‘s issue with Jay‘s art-flavoured lyrics, the ‘Candy Shop’ curator went a long way to tease a potential feud between Drake‘s current lover Rihanna and Jay’s wife Beyonce.
50 Cent is barking back!
Hours after learning he had been billed “irrelevant” by former boss Steve Stoute, the rapper took on the ‘Tanning of America’ mogul at Madison Square Garden during a New York Knicks game, as is explained here.
Reportedly confronting the industry executive over his remarks, 50- seemingly unsatisfied by the exchange- then took his personal Instagram page to post this image, arming it with “I ain’t saying nothing, but something ain’t right. Lmao.”
However, despite pulling the snap down minutes later, his baseless jab didn’t go unnoticed by Rick Ross, who addressed the matter on hit radio show, ‘The Breakfast Club.’
Peep these pics of ‘Street King‘ 50 Cent, confronting ‘The Tanning of America‘ author Steve Stoute during Friday night’s ‘Knicks’ game.
His problem? Comments made by the former ‘The Black List’ creator during a recent interview with ‘Hot 97‘, where he gave a detailed assessment of the performer’s career.
Upon learning of his remarks, the rapper caught up with the tastemaker at the aforementioned game, snapped by onlookers as he ‘quizzed’ his former boss on his remarks.
This, 14 years after Tout’s position as head of Columbia Records‘ Urban department gave him the power to drop the performer, reportedly pulling the financial plug on his duet with a 19 year old Beyonce.
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After bidding adieu to Interscope, 50 Cent wastes no time in promoting his forthcoming ‘Animal Ambition’ LP today, unlocking a brand new visual from the June 3rd-eyeing era.
Named ‘The Funeral’, the story-telling clip marks his first under his ‘independent’ arrangement with Universal Music, who will receive 7% of all profits made from the project in exchange for distribution and support in pushing it to the masses.
Is the video enough to ensure your support come June 3rd?
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Eleven years after the release of his ‘Get Rich, Or Die Tryin’ debut, ‘Piggybank‘ purveyor 50 Cent has announced his departure from Jimmy Iovine‘s ‘Interscope’, and the arrival of his very own independent label.
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With the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Drake sat atop its food chain, is there still room for 50 Cent in Rap music?
Well, with his business in order and a come-back in mind he certainly hopes so, announcing his return to the scene five years after the release of ‘Before I Self Destruct.’
Peep him dish on his long awaited Rap return after the jump!
In what sees the Rapper make a bold step towards television glory this month, 50 Cent has signed on to executive produce an original series for the 'Starz' network named 'Power'…enlisting one of R&B's more familiar faces to star in the drug driven drama.
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