News: 50 Cent Makes Disturbing Announcement, "I'll Be Honest. I Don't Think I'm Gonna Live Much Longer"
Monday, Jan 2, 2012 6:05PM
G-Unit leader 50 Cent has sent chills to his five million Twitter followers by revealing disturbing messages hinting at his demise.
50 revealed his new Street King hunger awareness campaign is to help create a positive image and legacy.
"I have lost all the faith in the team I'm on. I having nothing left to say I will not be promoting my music.," he tweeted Monday (January 2).
"I'm going to deliver this album then. I have a film I wrote to focus on I'm not upset I'm just convinced this is not how I want to remembered."
"Ill be honest I don't think I'm gonna live much longer. That's why I started my street king movement. I want to mean more in other peoples lives."
"I mixed the big 10 because everything I do has to be the best I can make it cause other artist will create after hearing the ideas."
"this morning I was look out the window. I saw a bird fly right on to ledge. It felt like he was looking right at me. I hit the window he"
"Just looked at me like he new I couldn't do anything threw the glass. I was tripping he sat there a minute then flew off. I'd like to a bird"
"So I could fly and sh*t on the world. then you all could say 50 sh*t on me. That's luck right ? Then don't wipe the sh*t off." (50 Cent's Twitter)
In December, 50 said he had no intention of rushing out a new LP.
"I want to come out at the top of the year, I want to be ready, but, you know, of course it's all on how everybody else puts together their actual marketing campaign and get it right," 50 said in an interview with DJ Whoo Kid. "I don't have a timeline anymore. I'm doing the Dr. Dre. I'm doing what Eminem does. I've been on a shot clock my entire career. 'I've gotta come out during this period. I've got to come out during this period.' Like, every other year. My albums are so successful that it would take me a year to get done touring off of them. I may not necessarily tour off of this album. I might release it and decide I'm going to make the next one instead of actually going out and touring and let everybody live with that and do something different. Or they'll see me at spot dates." (Shade 45)
A month prior, G-Unit's DJ Whoo Kid offered his take on Fif's multiple album setbacks.
"He wants it to come out but he's dealing with label sh*t too," Whoo Kid said about 50 Cent's album delay. "It's like the politics of when to drop and you gotta understand there's competition with other people too. So labels are just, like, maneuvering when to drop 'cause I know he did, most of it is done. Like 95 percent of it is finished so he wants it to come out and if it was up to him it would but I may assume it's the labels that's f*cking with him but at the end of the day I heard like nine joints that's crazy. I wish I had it now so I could f*cking make some serious money off of it myself, but, you'll hear it soon." (Amaru Don TV)
50's Street King campaign has not only received support from Jay-Z and Swizz Beatz but also Brooklyn rapper Fabolous.
"I think it's dope, man. I salute anybody whose in a position to help other people out and take their time, take their luxury, their finance, their everything into putting a situation together that helps somebody else," Fab said in an interview. "I salute 50 with that. He briefly spoke to me about it while we were heading to Australia and I think it's only right to give back to someone else." (This Is 50)
Check out a recent 50 Cent interview below: