New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t here for any potential click bait. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to let loose some steam about having his name used as headline to his former business affiliate dying.
Fif went to Instagram Sunday and kept things 100 on his state of mind following an ex–manager’s passing.
Coincidentally, 50 makes a reference to “Slim” on his now-classic “Many Many” 2003 single.
Crooked-ass crackers will give my black-ass a hundred years/I’m like Paulie in Goodfellas, you can call me the Don/Like Malcolm by any means with my gun in my palm/Slim switched sides on me, let niggas ride on me/I thought we was cool, why you want me to die, homie? (“Many Men”)
According to reports, Slim had direct ties to Fif’s longtime rival and former street general Supreme.
Charles “Chaz” Williams”, also known as “Slim”, had ties with Supreme, who supposedly ordered the hit, and had the opportunity to end the beef, but didn’t put an effort into preventing it. Eventually, Chaz did step in, when he arranged a sit-down with Supreme and 50 Cent. However, 50 Cent backed out when he got there. (Genius)