50 Cent Respect For Eminem
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[50 Cent Respect For Eminem]
[Curtis James Jackson III (50 Cent):] Source: LYBIO.net
I don’t have the accolades to connect to the performance of my music. I don’t have the trophies that match, how big the actual records are. The one Grammy I have is for Crack a Bottle. I couldn’t even have that without him. You know, and that’s why I have so much value for him, not just in – in my career, just in my life, because he’s a guy that – one of my best friends because I can trust that he’s gonna be honest with his constructive criticism when it’s time to listen to the music before it goes out.
He is the only person that did things that I wanted to do. He had The Marshall Mathers LP with 22 million records sold, with flags all around actual the plaque and I was like, man I want that, I want that kind of success. And I know I had to go door-to-door to get it because I’m not Em.
See hip-hop is black music, without question. And, unfortunately for some people, it’s tough to accept that you’ve got a white artist that does it better than black artists. It is what it is. You know – you could put either one – you can get whoever you feel like is the best black artist, and stand them face to face in a room with him, and he’d eat that [beep] alive. Right now if you had them prepare themselves, whatever way they would have to prepare themselves to come to battle and I bet you – I bet what I have – everything I have, everything. That [beep] meatloaf. We put you right there.
And – and any other competition that we would put these artists in, he has obviously surpassed them. You know – at this point that they’ll match like Em and Jay points. That was Live Nation because he sold his touring career to Live Nation. They’ve got to keep him hot enough to go get their money back. So they match them up with Em, put them together because he got more momentum connected to his relationship with Beyonce and his record with Alicia.
It makes sense. It makes sense, the Detroit/New York show. But it only makes sense to me because of business, it makes sense, because Em sold like 60 million records more than him. How you put them there like they’re equals?
It’s tough for me to say some of this [beep] and I sound like a hater. But I don’t care.
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