You’re Killin’ Me: 50 Cent
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Hold up. 1 ugly song from your upcoming album leaks, and you’re mad? You should be mad you ever breathed on that Cataracs beat, but whatever. Then, you threaten Dr. Dre to leak a song from Detox that you’re featured on? 50 you’re killin’ me.
Do you think Dr. Dre cares for that song? Better yet, do you think the fans care? You’re psycho. Fiddy you haven’t cracked the Top 10 since 2007 when the JT assisted Ayo Technology crawled to #5 on the charts (“Down On Me” is Jeremih’s track). But, what’s really killin’ me is that Interscope might never let your album reach store shelves. Remember when you kicked Young Buck out of G-Unit; but you wouldn’t release him from his contract and wouldn’t release any of his music under G-Unit Records either. Now Interscope won’t release your album. Karma is beautiful.
“I LOVE DRE but I’m putting his next single pyscho out tomorrow at 2:00″
Are you Psycho? Go ahead and release that track. I doubt Dre cares, he can get a feature from any rapper *cough* Kendrick Lamar. You didn’t scare anybody, that’s why you backed off, huh? It didn’t get the BIG response you were expecting.
“…I will not put out another album. They dropped the ball with me one time to many”
Stop blaming other for your faults. Yes, Aftermath has failed to push “Outlaw” down our throats, but they’re not going to invest in something that has failed to generate any sort of buzz online. “Outlaw” currently has over 24,000 dislikes on YouTube, which makes up for 57% of total feedback. Here on KillerHipHop it didn’t generate any hype, like a Drake or Jay Z track would. Curtis was a FAIL, Before I Self Destruct was a FAIL, and so far the two singles (Outlaw and I’m On It) for this album have been horrendous. Jimmy is a smart dude. You’ve dropped the ball one too many times.
“…I can’t believe Interscope is this f*cked up right now. I apologize to all my fans”
I can’t believe how f*cked up you were to Young Buck, and his fans. You recorded a conversation in which Buck cried, wow. Then, you put his career on hold by playing politics with his music. We’re not going to see a Young Buck album for a long time. I can’t believe 50 Cent was that f*cked up to Buck, when Buck was the hardest rapper on the G-Unit roster.
Curtis, you need to get back in that freestyle mode you were in a couple of months ago. Maybe then Interscope will support your album.
50 Cent You’re Killin’ Me.
Written by: @QuezKHH