G-Unit leader 50 Cent did not let last week’s Chief Keef music video no-show keep him down and instead used the opportunity to shoot his new “United Nations” visual.
Fif unleashed the new Las Vegas, Nevada-based music video on Wednesday (November 21).
50 Cent is ridin’ around and gettin’ it in the video for “United Nations,” a cut off his mixtape 5 (Murder by Numbers). The hip-hop mogul rocks his SMS headphones and a Dsquared muscle tee as he drives around the Las Vegas desert in an ice blue Bentley. 50 shot the Eif Rivera-directed clip when Chief Keef was a no-show to his “Hate Bein’ Sober” video shoot. “I shot the UNITED NATIONS VIDEO when the my Man @ChiefKeef didn’t come to his video shoot,” he tweeted. (Rap-Up)
Despite Chief Keef’s no-show, Fif said he still fully supports the Chicago rap newcomer.
“@ChiefKeef is my boy I’m a get everything back in place for him. They were gonna just throw him out.,” Fif tweeted Wednesday.
“I told them at intrescope its not him he just has the wrong people around him.” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
While out in Nevada, Fif also got approved for a promoters license.
Jackson and attorney Leon Margules, who were at the meeting, promised to provide the commission with what it still wanted within a week — two years worth of Jackson’s income tax returns, a financial statement listing the fighters SMS has under contract and a letter stating that the assets that had been in TMT’s name are now in SMS’s name. During questioning from the commission, Jackson said that he and Mayweather had agreed to go into the promotional business together but “as he came out of incarceration (on Aug. 3 after two months in county jail in Las Vegas) he decided he wanted to do things differently, but I had already invested $1.5 million in acquiring fighters and I would like to move forward.” Jackson said there was no written agreement between him and Mayweather regarding the company. (ESPN)
Back in September, the G-Unit boss said Interscope Records nearly dropped Keef.
“There was some energy there in the [Interscope] building, they was actually thinking about dropping him,” 50 said in an interview. “I was like, ‘D*mn you can’t just like drop him.’ That’s what hip-hop culture is. It’s an opportunity for you to make it from anywhere. If you from the bottom right now you could listen to this music that comes on, write something and put them cards back they gave you and deal yourself some new ones.” (Hot 97)
Check out 50 Cent’s “United Nations” music video: