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Wednesday, October 19, 2005 

"Ayo Where My Killer Tape At?"

Either 50 Cent is a good a$$ business man or he’s still dealing with some childhood issues. Curtis Jackson always finds a dubious way to keep his name in the public’s mouth(no homo?) right before the release of a major project: dope or wack. He's like the Britney Spears of Rap or something. Granted Fiddy's not the most articulate rapper(though he can spell “murder”; Ja Rule can’t), but his PhD in "Conflict & Controversy 101" has earned him a big chunk of change, fame, and Vivica Fox’s behind.

Just in case you’ve been living under a rock, 50 recently called Samuel L Jackson a crack head for refusing to star in the autobiographical Get Rich or Die Tryin’ movie.
But Curtis knows that the Samuel Jackson insult would only boost movie turn out by a meager 8% so he ups his gimmick game a notch by declaring on Tim Westwood that he’s willing to bite the finger that fed him: Dr. Dre (if Dre ever works with his protegee The Game).
Looks like we're going to see a 50 vs. Dre beef sometime soon because Dre is going to work with Chuck Taylor's project anyway.

Based on this Mel Man interview(whatever happened to him?), the friction between Dre and 50 has been brewing for a long time. I hope Eminem would get his ass off those sleeping pills and jump on Game's album, then it'd be a wrap. I'd say 50 should make like Mario Vasquez and discharge himself honorably from the Aftermath camp.
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Nasir “I Love Jay-Z” Jones is a free agent(Ill Will records is officially in the dumpster) and is considering a label deal with Def Jam.

Speaking of Def Jam, will The Carter Administration invest in the hearing aid stock market and ear insurance for artists now that Foxy Brown is deaf?

I wouldn’t wanna be in the same cell block as this arrested rap icon from the early 90’s.
Hint: A certain white rapper was intimidated by his compulsive yelling and agreed to feature him on a song.

This is where you go....Aww man, not again?

This Japanese homie possibly has a collection of every tape known to man.

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