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Video: Curtis Denies Dividing NYC, Says He’s Cool With Fabolous

Revisionist.

50 Cent insists that despite publicly expressing “disappointment” in Fabolous recently over Twitter comments, the two have no problems.

“Yeah, we’re cool,” 50 said recently on the set of his video for “Baby by Me.” “Fab particularly is an artist I’ve interacted with twice. He’s [opened] two international runs [for the G-Unit]. It wasn’t specifically to try and help him broaden his international presence, but obviously it would help for him to be there and be in front of the audience internationally and put his best foot forward first. Give a good show and people become Fabolous fans at that point.”

Via his Twitter, Fab questioned 50’s motives for having former mic rivals like the Lox and the Diplomats perform at his ThisIs50 Festival that took place earlier this month. In the wake of his comments, Fab insisted that he was not dissing Fif.

“He reached out to tell me he didn’t mean it in that derogatory way,” 50 confirmed. “People misinterpret what you type in the text. I’ve misinterpreted what people were trying to send to me, sending me messages before as well. Before we utilize devices we use to communicate with each other intimately on Twitter and other Web sites, you can forget you’re making a public statement. You can feel you’re having barbershop talk or just saying your personal take on something, and it’s a public statement and people start to resent you for it.

“He kind of felt a little backlash on it,” 50 added about Fab. “People responded negatively to it because they were like, ‘Finally [these artists are performing together]’ and he’s going, ‘Wasn’t I a part of dividing New York City?’ I wasn’t a part of dividing New York City. New York City wasn’t accepting me initially.

50’s Before I Self Destruct LP arrives on November 23, but the G-Unit General said he might drop another mixtape before then.

“I have a tape I didn’t put out yet,” he said. “It’s called The 50th Law. I’ve been sitting on it. I’m gonna put it out soon. I’ve been so wrapped up in the presentation for this actual album, I haven’t released it.”


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8 Responses to “Video: Curtis Denies Dividing NYC, Says He’s Cool With Fabolous”

  1. 40 Inc Says:

    Nah right ur idiots to have let OJ perform in NY. that was a dumb as shit move.

  2. steven biko Says:

    50 uses the word actually way to fucking much

  3. The Content Of My Nuts Is Agressive Says:

    I agree. It take more than one person to divide a whole city

  4. Sye Says:

    I’m from NYC and we still don’t except 50 Cent. In the history of NYC rap lyrically & flow 50 Cent is ranked amongst the worst.

  5. YOUNGSMOO Says:

    BREAKING NEWS!!! VIDEO HIT THE NET OF ALL THE INMATES JUMPIN FOR JOYY WHEN THEY HEARD LIL WAYNE WILL BE COMIN TO JAIL LMAO NIGGAZ SAW THEM PICTURES AND VIDEOS OF HIM KISSING BABY ON THE LIPS!!! DAMN WAYNE…

  6. YBE Says:

    you. lie.

  7. Knuckz Says:

    NY accepted 50 when he was humble. Dude got too cocky when he got rich. He forgot his times of struggle and started to poke fun at artists who are not as successful. If not for Dre & Em, 50 would still be a struggling artist. Shit even wackass D-12 has 2 platinum albums due to affiliation with Dre and Em. No matter if Fab didn’t mean it, it is still true

  8. Nah Right » Video: Fabolous on The Round Table Show Says:

    […] talks about 50 cent and his comment on twitter, asking if it looked funny that the guy who alledgly helped dismantle the NYC scene is now trying […]

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