New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t playing around with his upcoming Pop Smoke posthumous release. The G-Unit boss has updated fans on the project’s status.
On Wednesday, 50 went to his social media pages to lock-in a May release date. He also reached out to Texas rapper Post Malone for a guest feature.
“Set for release in May. Oh yeah, Post Malone I’m gonna hit ya phone, I need you on this. … Trust my judgement, I know what I’m doing.”
The rap star also sent a direct message to some ‘weak’ people. West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg revealed an interest in working on the new Pop Smoke album in Fif’s comments section.
“I’m looking at everything through a different lens, everybody I call ain’t coming but I’m doing what I have to do to make it hot. I don’t like a lot of you weak a** n*ggas but I like Pop Smoke.” -50 Cent
“I’m waiting on the call cuz” -Snoop Dogg
Wait, There’s More
On Monday, Fif asked for a huge favor. The rap star publicly asked musicians Drake and Chris Brown to add their talent to the upcoming posthumous release. Before hearing if they’d be down, West Coast rapper Roddy Ricch responded to 50’s request. RR vowed to get involved on the upcoming album.
“See I got Roddy Ricch on deck, this sh*t gonna be stupid. [Drake] where you at n*gga, don’t start acting light skinned on us. … Yo [Chris Brown] I’m a need you on this record. But what da f*ck you do to your hair blood.”
Before You Go
On Sunday, Fif announced he would executive produce and finalize a Pop Smoke posthumous album.
“I’m on the move listening to Pop Smoke. I decided I’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him.”