50 Cent Says Former G-Unit Artists Still Blame Him For Their Career Failures
Written by B87FM on July 30, 2022
50 Cent says that, as the top of G-Unit, artists would continually blame him for their very own profession failures. Talking candidly with Houston’s 97.9 The Field for a latest interview, the legendary New York rapper mentioned his function as the top of the document label.
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When requested whether or not anybody who has done him wrong has since apologized, 50 defined: “Yeah, I get that on a regular basis. What’s in poor health is, if you’re within the seat, the driving force’s seat, a whole lot of occasions, no, each time one thing goes unsuitable it’s your fault. If you happen to ask artists why their profession didn’t go the best way they need, it’s the [fault of the] document label. See what I’m saying?”
He continued: “I occurred to change into the document label; so all of these artists that have been round and didn’t do precisely what they thought they have been purported to do, it’s my fault that it didn’t. They provide it to me individually now, prefer it’s not the corporate, it’s him.”
As a hip-hop group, G-Unit was based in 1999 by 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks. In 2003, 50 Cent launched G-Unit Information, on which he launched his iconic debut studio album, Get Wealthy or Die Tryin’.
Try 50’s interview on 97.9 The Field under.