Rapper 50 Cent is again having some professional issues, taking to Twitter to say that he’s scrapping yet another album because of an ongoing feud with his label, Interscope Records. Also there, he threatens to leak Dr. Dre’s latest single ahead of time.
As The Guardian
also points out, Fiddy’s most recent outing on the music market, the 2009 LP “Before I Self-Destruct,” was the worst performer of his entire career.
Since then, the rapper has been struggling to put new music out
for fans and, judging by his tweets, failing to do so because Interscope would not back him out in his projects.
“Man I’m not releasing a album i can’t believe interscope is this [expletive]-ed up right now. I apologize to all my fans [sic],” the rapper wrote, announcing that plans for a new album had been scrapped, apparently, completely out of the blue.
“I will work with other artist on there projects but I will not put out another album. They dropped the ball with me one time to many,” Fiddy adds.
He then goes on to say that, because Interscope has failed him on so many occasions, it’s about time he did something to them as well: so he threatens to leak Dr. Dre’s new song.
“LOVE DRE but I’m putting his next single psycho out tomorrow at 2:00. Your gonna love it its a big song I just don’t think it deserves a great set up sense they can’t seem to get it right when it comes to me,” he adds.
He even hints that Interscope may have deliberately leaked his own songs – so there’s no reason he shouldn’t do the same.
“I don’t know how I can record 41 song for my album and the one song I give interscope leaks But I don’t care its good music,” he explains.
Some hours later, Fiddy had a change of heart and returned to Twitter to say that he’d never do something to prejudice Dre, because he’s been “nothing but supportive” of him.
Nevertheless, the beef with Interscope is still going strong
“I hate when I can’t present my music the way. I feel it should be but [expletive] it check out I’m ON IT,” he tweets, hinting that he might take matters into his own hands and finance his own album, if left with no other alternative.