July 21, 2010 50 Cent in B*tch (Remix)

50 Cent in B*tch (Remix)

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It’s kind of unclear as to what the beef is about, but during a recent scroll through Vlad TV, Hip-Hop Monarch 50 Cent is performing live on stage promoting his new single “Bitch” (Remix). To My surprise heavy shots are being thrown at one of the biggest entrepreneurs in the music industry, Sean Combs, “P. Diddy” leading producer & executive recording artist of Bad Boy Entertainment.

Diddy has heavily influenced the game, releasing hits from the late Notorious B.I.G  to pop stars like Danity Kane. I wonder how Diddy would retort to Fiddy’s diss, assuming that 50 has ended major careers from heavy hitters like Ja-Rule, Fat Joe & other artists. Below is a video clip of 50’s critical outbursts on stage.

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6 thoughts on “50 Cent in B*tch (Remix)

  1. I Thought Fiddy Did End Joe’s Career After That Elephant in The Sand Mixtape. Rick Ross is The Only One Who’s Really Had Recognition To Survive Because of His Versatility As An Artist. Your Statement is Agreeable Up To A Certain Point, Because Fiddy Still Has Control Over The Radio Waves. I’ve Never Heard A Fat Joe Song Blasted Over The Radio Since “Lean Back” And Also Let Me Ask You, Is It Safe To Say Puffy is Still Hype The Way He Used To Be?? I Think NOT For The First Time, Last Night I Heard Fat Joe Had An Album Coming Out Called “Darkside” Pffft… I Didn’t Even Know Fat Joe Was Still Releasing Albums.. & Maybe Your Right. Maybe Puffy Will Be Alright Considering He Exploited & Squandered All Biggie’s Money

  2. man, get real…Fiddy hasn’t ended Fat Joe’s career and even though I’m no major fan of Diddy I can guarantee you that his career is quite safe as well. He tried to end Rick Ross’ career and look what happened there, Ross came out stronger than ever. Fiddy has made a living out of being a shock talk artist/beef rapper, and it’s his own career he should be worried about at this point.

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