“I Never Wanted To Work With Him” – 50 Cent Shades Rick Ross

50 Cent has worn back his garment of triviality and this time, he wraps Rick Ross in it.

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50, who many see as the king of trolls never shies away from saying his mind on
whatever

and whoever he finds worthy of it. He’s a straight person who is never scared of
going blunt on whatever discussion.

The rapper and business mogul who presently is mostly about the production of his seasonal
TV series, “Power” was interviewed

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by Real 92.3’s Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed to talk about his music and television series deal that

many consider a huge blow on Rick Ross.50, unvails that there is really nothing he respects about Rozay,
saying,

he used to be a correctional officer and that’s why his affiliates; Wale & Meek Mill have gone to jail
for unfair reasons.

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He infused he isn’t able to help in that aspect and feels, that’s the only thing he could have respected
if it happened.

In a modish manner he exposed his musical skills and contribution to the musical game.

50 was asked if he has any respect for Rick Ross? In his words; “No, there’s nothing there.
I never wanted to work with him,”

Fif said. “Look, I understand from a perspective from someone who’s just listening to what it sounds
like but does it matter

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he’s a correctional officer?Does that even matter? Look at the irony of artistes that come under him..
the hosts name of Wale

and Meek Mill. “Prison reform and all of the wrongfully convicted and wrongfully treated people in the
prison system,

He’s on the whole other side of that. Just look at it.”

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About Eazibeat

Israel Afamyi Abuja (born 30 May 1995), known professionally as Eazibeat, is a Multi-talented Nigerian Producer and sound engineer. He is also a Digital marketer who blogs on a daily basis with the music site djitunez.com Career Eazibeat grew up in Abuja, and was a member of his local church choir. He developed interest in music while studying at St. Murumba College Jos in his secondary school days. He proceeded to learn music production around 2011, with Mickenzy. Eazibeat is also a prolific writer and an SEO expert who free-lances for a living. Eazibeat released his first single Laide, an afro-pop track in 2019 with production from Mickenzy, while his second track Doubting Thomas was released on April 2020 with production credit from Squeezer. Eazibeat refer to R. Kelly, Akon, P-square and M.I as his main music influencers.

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