Five People Who Are Afraid Of 50 Cent
A recent AllHipHop article highlighted Jay-Z comments about his on-again, off-again nemesis, 50 Cent. Hovito claims that “no one’s scared of 50 Cent.” Yet, I choose to believe that and know five folks who are definitely scared of the G-Unit General. Find out who they are after the jump.
50 is a bully. He’ll buy your mother and make her pimp herself on Craigslist if it serves the Queens MC’s purpose. But in the crazy world of gangsta rap, you can’t let that yellow streak show on your spine. These scurredy-cat folks are the few who are afraid to go to sleep at night, in fear of Curtis Jackson.
We all know the beef between these two and how 50 used his “50th Law” of power to execute a coup of sorts in Officer Ricky’s life. But after the latest issue of Smooth Magazine dropped, the man named after a real street legend may not wanna show that he’s shaking in his boots, but has every right to fear 50. Hell, 50 may have been the guy to put the bug in some groupies ears who just recently lifted the Bawse of some jewels and a laptop.
50 Cent and Cam may have had their “issues” and little beef on wax, but you never saw the two bosses square off face-to-face. Why? Because it’s no secret that Cam’ron doesn’t go head first into any battle unless he knows he can win. Fif on the other hand will go head first into anything with the expectation to do everything but lose. So, how does that make the Killa scared of Boo-Boo? Well, remember that “hot summer” Cam promised? Not only did it never happen, but Cam went M.I.A. for most of the year. Meanwhile, 50 sonned his enemies with another mixtape diss and the Pink One hasn’t been much of the same since. (Hell, even Jimmy rolls with 50 now, ain’t that some mess?)
The Queen of All Things Home & Garden may have her industry on lock and is the voice to millions for those looking to keep their lawn manicured and dinner parties the talk of the neighborhood… but she ain’t dining with 50 Cent. Think of it like Oprah and her stance on rappers pre-”augh”-Jay-Z. Martha Stewart was already scared shiiteless when she hung out with Busta Rhymes after the cameras stopped rolling and she definitely doesn’t know what to expect from a guy who rides around in a bullet-and-bombproof car. But as you can see on Rachel Ray, Fif is a smiling gentleman. Maybe he can use that appeal to woo Martha into designing the next wave of G-Unit merchandise.
What came first – Young Buck crying or Alfamega snitching? It’s rhetorical, you don’t have to answer… When Buck joined G-Unit, the South had its representative that was on the hottest label/group at the time and it just seemed like all was right with the world. But when Buck got “out of line” – you can see the psychosis 50 puts on folks in this secretly taped recorded conversation between 50 and the Ten-A-Key rapper. Funny thing, Fif didn’t even raise his voice. How can a grown man make another grown man drop the water works over the horn if he’s not shivering in his Timbs?
The former first lady of G-Unit (or was that The Game? I keed, I keed…) was supposed to have her whole mojo set up when she signed on the dotted line. It’s a funny thing that when you sign with G-Unit you’re being inducted into a family, but somewhere folks forget how 50 made his moves. Olivia is a prime example. Attempt after attempt didn’t work for the girl and if there’s one thing that’s true about the rap industry is that if you don’t make funds then you’re life’s no fun. 50 is a monster when it comes to breaking a person down and folks are more religiously inclined to find salvation in him than Jesus. Too bad Olivia couldn’t do much to stop 50 and his scientifically diabolical ways.
…No one’s afraid of 50 because son knows how to hide the bodies. Don’t think so? Share your opinion! Who do YOU think is NOT afraid of 50 and why?