50 Cent is known for being outspoken and brash regarding his opinions, so when he lashed out against Interscope Records for the handling of his recent material we knew something serious was about to unfold. However, in a shocking turn of events, the egomaniac has backed down!
50 accused Interscope of sabotaging his career by leaking his new single, “Girls Go Wild (Ft. Jeremih),” on Myspace and launched a war against the company. But he quickly retracted his comments after learning that it was simply a computer glitch.
Don’t think that 50 has completely forgiven Interscope, though. He still has plans to leave the label. Read all the details below via Rap-Up:
“Discovered a computer glitch leaked my song. Sorry to team at interscope for over reacting!” an apologetic 50 tweeted on Sunday evening.
Despite his apology, he’s still not motivated to release his fifth album forInterscope Records. “I put a lot in to this project but I don’t care if it ever comes out,” he said. “[Interscope Chairman] Jimmy lovine has been like a mentor for me. I just want to stay friends.”
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