Und hier noch ein angeblicher Auszug aus 50 Cent's Buch "50 x 50". Es geht mal wieder um Ja Rule. Lustige Geschichte.
"I approach him, cause there's no point in pretending like we both aint there. I'm alone. Again. So he walks up on me, waiving one of those mini-bats they give you at baseball games, over in my direction. But he's not talking to me, he's talking at me, he's not even looking at me, he's looking past me, at his boys who are there with him. I'm like, "This nigga performing or something"."
"I let him say what he had to say until I reached my limit. One man can only hear another man say so much. I get to that point and punch him in the face. We go to the ground, his boys get involved, yet somehow I end up leaving the scuffle with Ja's chain. Aint that some funny shit? This nigga is there with his whole crew and I leave with his chain. Nas thought it was hilarious when I showed up at the studio in New York a couple days later and had my son, Marquise, had Ja's chain around his neck. A couple weeks later Supreme set up an exchange of a gold watch for the chain. I took it. It was a nice watch."
"I ain't get what I deserved at Interscope. I feel my album [Buck the World] is better than Kanye's album and 50's album, but it's one of the most slept-on albums due to whatever reason. I'm still trying to get what I deserve off of Interscope, so it's still a hustle to me. As far as the marketing, I don't think they knew how to market a project such as mine. When you have a song like 'Get Buck' and 'You Ain't Going Nowhere,' there's no lane. You can't just market me to the South. I'm worldwide. I come with the Southern background but worldwide flow. They have to understand how big I aim outside of 50 Cent to get the push from them. I'm still in the shadow of 50 to them, but to the streets, I'm Young Buck. I'm my own person. I just gotta get my label to understand that part."
Für alle Juelz Santana Fans( und da gibt es unter den deutschen Rappern ja einige). Hier ein ausführliches Interview mit dem Dipset Spitter über sein neues Album "Born To Lose, Built To Win", seine Top 5 der Rapper und seinen Beef mit Peedi Crakk.
Für alle Tony Yayo Fans (davon gibt es anscheinend nicht so viele).Seid beruhigt, denn der liebe Onkel Yayo hat versichert, dass der Jimmy Henchmen's Sohn nicht eine geschmiert hat:
"I'm not guilty either, I'm going to court. I'm out on bail. I swear to my kids, I didn't smack that kid. I don't smack kids. It kinda hurt my feelings [when] the Daily News and everybody said bad things about me. I have a criminal record already, so the system looks at me like, 'This guy's been to jail before, and he's a problem.' I'm not that type of guy."
Die Verhandlung diesbezüglich findet in Kürze statt.
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