WATCH 50 Cent says Jay-Z still dislikes him and didn’t want him to perform on the NFL Super Bowl halftime show


50 Cent says Jay-Z still dislikes him and didn’t want him to perform on the NFL Super Bowl halftime show.

Eminem turned down a fortune to perform at the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar according to 50 Cent – who was willing to take a fraction of their pay packet to show.
The rap duo had a chance to perform after Lionel Messi and Argentina tasted glory in the Middle East and would have been financially rewarded to the tune of £7.5million.
“Because of the Super Bowl, I got an inquiry about World Cup and they had a budget of $9million,” he said on Real 92.3 show Big Boy’s Neighborhood.
“I would’ve taken one and then the other eight would have been for him (Eminem).” He added of a conversation with Eminem’s management: “They’re like, he’s not gonna do it.”
On Thursday (January 5), the G-Unit mogul stopped by the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood to celebrate the premiere of the second season of BMF, which is based on the lives of Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory who founded the Black Mafia Family in 1985 in Southwest Detroit.
After bobbing his head and acting out Snoop’s on-set antics, 50 then commented on his son Sire Jackson‘s energy as the 10-year-old skipped about next to him.
“See that? I want to be like that when I get here,” Fif said. “He really don’t care we’re here. He don’t care where we are at, he is going to have a good time.”
While Eminem’s portrayal of Detroit’s former real-life teenage drug kingpin “White Boy Rick” only appeared in one episode of BMF, Snoop’s character, Pastor Swift, has become an essential fixture in the series as the Flennory family’s spiritual guide.
In a promotional clip posted by the BMF account on Instagram in December, the West Coast legend talked about his experience in the role and what his plans are for his character in Season 2.
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