Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
When the world first got to know 50 Cent, he said he was “New York City’s own… bad guy.” But, these people didn’t realize how much of a jokester this guy really was, on top of that. The following sixteen years have shown people how 50 Cent really is.
50 Cent dominated hip hop from 2003-2005, introducing a lot of music in a short span of time. That era made G-Unit a household name, also making stars out of Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and The Game. But, their run wasn’t expected to last forever.
Recently, 50 Cent made his return to “The Breakfast Club,” where he came into speak with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. The conversation was about “Power,” which is ending, and about the prequel series, starring Mary J. Blige. Also, he spoke on Wendy Williams, the Moneybagg Yo/Megan drama, and he also mentioned Teairra Mari.
Watch the entire interview below:
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