Barely a week after revealing his disregard for Lil' Wayne, 50 Cent has released a track taking shots at the New Orleans rapper and Cash Money Records' co-founderBryan "Baby" Williams.
On the track titled "Part Time Lover," which DJ Kay Slaydebuted on his radio show last night (August 17), 50 spits: "You make me wanna kiss you like Baby kiss Wayne / And make you call me daddy like Baby do Wayne / Damn that @#!* sounds gay it's insane / I guess that's the price a lil' @#*$% pay for fame..."
The G-Unit honcho divulged his disinterest for Weezy in a recent interview withSOHH claiming he was irked that journalists always asked him about the Cash Money standout, who he believes is not on his level.
"What makes him [Weezy] a legitimate conversation," Fif asked SOHH. "That makes us the same 'cause we both rap?" [Watch 50 Cent Interview Here]
Weezy isn't the only one feeling 50's wrath. Earlier this week (August 16), 50 released a track titled "South Side" which took shots at Irv Gotti and Interscope Records CEO Jimmy Iovine.
"@#*$%s think Jimmy Iovine my boss? @#*$ Jimmy Iovine! I'm from 134th Street, I ain't got a mother@#*$ing boss," 50 barked over the track. "I be the boss of this @#!* right here. I said the boss. You hear me. I'm the George Bush of this @#!*." [Listen Here]
50's third studio album Curtis is scheduled to hit stores on September 11.
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