News: Olivia Addresses G-Unit Sex Tales, Admits 50 Cent Owes Her 6-Figures [Audio]
Monday, Jun 27, 2011 5:50PM
Former G-Unit member Olivia recently sat down with radio personality Star and killed any gossip surrounding an alleged past sexual relationship with 50 Cent.
While denying there was ever a sexual relationship, Olivia did admit 50 still owed her money.
"What sexual thing," Olivia asked Star when he mentioned their past sexual relationship. "I still call him Fif. But what sexual thing? [laughs] [Did he knock it down?] No. No. Everybody says that about all of them and that's the thing that pisses me off. [Did he ever have my ankles around my neck?] No. No. [Does 50 owe me any money?] Kind of. I know you're usually honest. [Does he owe me a little money?] Yeah. [Six figures?] Yeah. Yeah. [50 Cent owes me money?] Yeah. We've had the conversation though. [Is he going to pay up?] I mean, I don't know what's going on with that." ("Star & Buckwild")
In 2009, Olivia denied rumors of getting hooked up with ex-Unit member Young Buck and Maino.
"Y'all are in so much trouble with me now," she said jokingly told DJ Whoo Kid. "That is so it, I'm not your girlfriend anymore, Whoo Kid. I denounce it son. [laughs] I'm not messing with y'all. Y'all done had your Fourth of July parade. What's funny is that I actually was just checking my Twitter page real quick and one of the girls forwarded the message that you sent and said you was looking for me and when I seen the caption that Maino is looking for Olivia, I said 'Ah here Whoo Kid go.' ... Get the h*ll outta here about [me and Buck rumors]. Please. Y'all are the worst yo. I miss y'all retards, yo. Nah come on, get outta here. You know better than that Whoo Kid 'cause you were always with me. Don't act like we weren't in the casino and got ran up on by Buck 'cause he's mad we over there shooting dice and he's holding our phones. [Mase], that's my boy. We reached out and looked out for him." (Radio Planet TV)
In the past, 50 talked about Olivia overusing his finances during her run in G-Unit.
"Yeah, that was a loss," Fif said about investing in Olivia's G-Unit run. "The problem you get with female solo artists is they look, their game is really small. So they look at it and say, it's Beyonce, Rihanna, Keyshia Cole but when you have an African American female solo artist, she sees where she fits immediately. Problem is, they spend financing like those artists at that point, having the set-up, the make-up artist, the stylist, those different things but when you don't have a record that connects fast enough, you'll accumulate a tab like a motherf*cker." (All Hip Hop)
Despite the past conflict, Olivia and 50 patched things up last summer.
"We wanted to go up there and confront him about certain rumors like, 'Did you say x, y, and z?,'" she told S2S. "I'm glad we had this meeting and that he wanted to do it to clear everything up. I'm happy we came to a close and that we're good like we were before. That's what I needed...I'm sure we probably will [collaborate], but I'd rather focus on my rebranding. I want people to just see Olivia. That's why I did the album with no features. I want to show I can stand on my own two feet." (S2S Magazine)
Check out Olivia's interview below: