News: 50 Cent On Fat Joe, "His Music Sucks So Bad. It's Gonna Kill People." [Video]

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2009 5:00PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

50 Cent has continued to diss Fat Joe by releasing a new video showing various "victims," including Young Buck, who suffered injuries after listening to the rapper's J.O.S.E. Part II album.

Appearing in the clip with bandages, Fif explained the effects of listening to Joey Crack's music.

"Yo, what's up, this is 50 Cent, I just wanna thank everybody for showing their support with all the 'Get Well' wishes I got from ThisIs50.com," Fif said in a video. "Yesterday, I listened to Fat Joe's record, and it hurt me. And I told you people, not to listen to his music, and some people didn't listen. And look what happened. Young Buck tried to ride his motorcycle after listening to Fat Joe's record and look what happened...The skate boarders. The people riding their bikes. There's people playing the music trying to work out. It's terrible. [crying] Fat Joe's record is the worst thing to ever happen to hip-hop. And it hurts, it hurts bad because I love hip-hop. I don't know what else to say, I mean, everywhere. This is happening all over the place, and it's because his music sucks so bad. It's gonna kill people. Don't listen to it, please, please." (YouTube)

Posted on ThisIs50.com, 50's website said the rapper was rushed to a hospital after hearing Joe's new LP.

This afternoon while in his Manhattan offices, employees say that 50 Cent was listening to Fat Joe's new album, J.O.S.E. 2 when all the sudden, he collapsed! An ambulance was called, and by the time they arrived, 50 Cent regained consciousness and was complaining of blurred vision and a severe migraine. 50 Cent was rushed to Mt. Sinai hospital at 4:26 pm. Doctors say after performing a Cat Scan and EKG there seems to be some damage to his auditory cortex, which is the region of the brain that is responsible for processing sound. (This Is 50)

Tony Yayo also participated in the stunt via Twitter.

'On my way to the hospital," he wrote Monday afternoon. "Keep 50 in ya'll prayers. Let's see him thru this. 50 rushed to the hospital here are the details." (Tony Yayo's Twitter)

Following the skit, Fat Joe responded to 50 on his own Twitter account.

"Tell 50 to get off my D*CK already," Joey Crack wrote Tuesday (September 29) morning. "he was sick that my album is SO HOT that real music not that wack sh*t him and his clowns are making!!" (Fat Joe's Twitter)

Check out 50 Cent's warning to fans below:

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