G-Unit leader 50 Cent has hinted at Interscope Records possibly dropping Chicago rap newcomer Chief Keef in the near future and also put one final touch to his beef with Dr. Dre protégé Slim Da Mobster.
Along with Slim and Chief, Fif hinted at a falling out with someone very close to him.
“SLIM U R dropped,you will get the call ths week.DRE’s a boss nobody wants 2 tell him. It’s OVER ? SMSaudio,” Fif tweeted November 16th.
“@ChiefKeef didn’t show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song. SMSaudio”
“Its not funny @ChiefKeef didn’t sell any records yet,they will pull the plug on him.SMSAUDIO”
“I lost a good friend of mine recently. No trust,no friend ship. I had a ball coming out with wiz tonight. SMSaudio” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
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)
Last weekend, Slim Da Mobster fired multiple viral disses at 50.
“Its funny how a n*gga could say what ever he wants but if I say something I’m a hater …. Well good cuz I hate b*tch a** n*ggaz @50cent,” Slim tweeted Sunday.
“They paid me more to leave then they paid me to come….. Take that take that ….LOL”
“If this b*tch ain’t another Olivia …. Pretty Ugly in Paris …… pic.twitter.com/bWbbCB0l ” (Slim Da Mobster’s Twitter)
Yesterday, Fif appeared in Nevada and received a promoters license after his Money Team joint venture with estranged friend/boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. fell through.
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)
Check out a recent 50 Cent interview: