New York rapper 50 Cent is big happy right now. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to celebrate the retail success of his late protégé Pop Smoke‘s Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon album.
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Heading into Monday, Curtis Jackson went to his social media pages to acknowledge the chart-topping achievement. Fif took things a step further by encouraging all of Smoke’s New York borough Brooklyn to celebrate.
“BROOKLYN STAND UP #1 She Want To F*ck Wit The ?Woo Tick Tick BOOM?#bransoncognac #lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram
Last Thursday, Curtis Jackson hit up Instagram and let loose some shade toward the people behind Pop’s project. Fifty said he had no more interest in helping promote the album.
“I’m really not feeling the way the guys involved with Pop’s project are handling things, I got it to this point it’s gonna be the #1 album. That’s good enough right, ??♂️i’m gonna be unavailable moving forward peace. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram
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Prior to the album’s release last week, 50 Cent publicly aired out people attached to the new LP. Specifically, the New York rapper targeted fashion designer Virgil Abloh over since-scrapped cover art.
“Hey Virgil we need new album art, they ain’t going for this bullsh*t. Love ya work let’s get to it. ?Steven i told you this sh*t was ?eww let’s get it right! #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Twitter
Before You Go
Recently, 50 Cent didn’t hold back on dragging fellow New York rapper Don Q into his current feud with DJ Clue all over an alleged lack of support for Pop’s music. 50 appeared to threaten Q just over his affiliation with the popular radio personality.
“@donqhbtl he gotta get ?popped in da mouth, i wish i knew yall was right there, @djclue i should have the little homies go f*ck up your party’s till they won’t even book you in the city.” -50 Cent’s Instagram