News: Wiz Khalifa Says All Hail 50 Cent: "[What] He Says Goes"
Saturday, Nov 17, 2012 10:24AM
Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa gave G-Unit head 50 Cent some love over the weekend, applauding his genuine characteristics while out in Las Vegas.
Wiz even went on to boost up the rapper by saying Fif's word is his bond and tweeted a photo of them together.
"50 is a real genuine dude. Wut he says goes," Wiz tweeted November 16th.
"Blessings http://instagr.am/p/SFepiqndka/" (Wiz Khalifa's Twitter)
A night prior, Wiz brought out 50 to perform at his 2050 concert in Las Vegas.
Juicy J, Chevy Woods and Lola Monroe weren't the only guests that Khalifa invited onstage at the Thomas and Mack Center. After choice cuts from his Cabin Fever and Taylor Allderdice mixtapes, Wiz made way for 50 Cent, who surprised the Sin City crowd rapping along to his 2007 hit "I Get Money." After Fif, Wiz called out for Chevy Woods and together they rocked their riot-starting fan anthem "Taylor Gang." (MTV)
Following the performance, Fif tweeted about his experience on Wiz's stage.
"I lost a good friend of mine recently. No trust,no friend ship. I had a ball coming out with wiz tonight. SMSaudio," Fif tweeted Friday. (50 Cent's Twitter)
Both Wiz and 50 reportedly got together for a Chief Keef music video.
In a little more than a month -- December 18th, to be exact -- Chicago sensation Chief Keef will release his debut album Finally Rich. The promotion for the album has been heavy so far, with videos for "Love Sosa" and "Kobe" already being released. Now, the young star is getting ready to drop the album's next single, "Hate Being Sober" which features A-Listers Wiz Khalifa and 50 Cent. The video for the song was recently shot in Las Vegas. However, there was a little bit of a problem. Even though 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa were on the set, doing their job, (and probably sweating up a storm) the song's actual star, Chief Keef, was nowhere to be found. (Global Grind)