Friday, June 17, 2011

50 Cent talks issues with Interscope Records, Tupac Shakur shooting, and Ja Rule

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

As promised, 50 Cent released a single during the summer of 2011 to kick off his fifth studio album. The only problem with this is that his album may be delayed until 2012. For over four years, 50 Cent has been having trouble with his label. This is the primary reason he has moved G-Unit to a new distribution deal with EMI Records.

Recently, 50 Cent told Funkmaster Flex exactly what was going on between himself and Interscope Records. 50 Cent said he is usually ahead of the game when it comes to marketing and promotion. Because of this, he has many new ideas. The brass at Interscope Records are not interested in the new ideas 50 has.

With everything moving in slow motion, 50 Cent is considering leaving the label sooner than planned. During the interview, 50 Cent was asked about Dexter Isaac's confession about shooting Tupac Shakur. 50 Cent, who has been compared to Shakur, questioned why his shooter would confess seventeen years after the fact, plus with Tupac being dead. One reason they confessed is because they are upset with Jimmy Rosemond, 50 Cent feels. His empire is crumbling and he is out of the country, while his associates are taking the fall.

50 Cent also spoke on his situation with Ja Rule. While Rule said he is finally done with the beef, 50 Cent is not. He said he has some people behind bars that will make things difficult for Ja Rule. 50 Cent said when a person is ending a situation, they need to end it entirely. 50 feels he has done just that, saying he knows the exact cell Ja Rule is in, but refused to reveal it. Despite Ja Rule saying he will not interact with the other prisoners, 50 Cent said he has people on the street who say Rule is going to have a tough time.


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