50 Cent Talks About Oprah With Meredith Vieira

Posted by , Oct 3, 2014 at 04:21am

50 addresses his relationship with his dogs.


It was all fun and games for 50 Cent on October 2nd's episode of "The Meredith Vieira Show." On top of hosting "50 Cent Or 50 Shades Of Grey" (video available here), the emcee also had the opportunity to show off his friendlier-side for Vieira's demographic of 25-54 year-old women, humorously detailing his relationship with his dog Oprah and his cat Gale to a ton of laughter from the audience.

50 also addresses his alleged beef with the real Oprah, saying, "Once or twice she’s listened to me and she says ‘Okay, we agree not to agree on those topics’…I’d see her show and every time she’d make mention of what she felt like was wrong with Hip Hop culture it was something that was on my album that was the largest debut in Hip Hop. And because it’s a platform that you would see your A-lister I didn’t want my audience to misinterpret me like I wasn’t an A-lister or wasn’t worthy of being there because of the content and the creative choices. So, when I finally did make it to the show I was like ‘Oh no, if I can’t be your friend at least let me be your enemy. So, we can coexist, baby’…I never did have a problem with her.”

Nothing music related here, but we know how much our readers love 50, so consider this a gift from us to you.

50 addresses his relationship with his dogs.

It was all fun and games for 50 Cent on October 2nd's episode of "The Meredith Vieira Show." On top of hosting "50 Cent Or 50 Shades Of Grey" (video available here), the emcee also had the opportunity to show off his friendlier-side for Vieira's demographic of 25-54 year-old women, humorously detailing his relationship with his dog Oprah and his cat Gale to a ton of laughter from the audience.

50 also addresses his alleged beef with the real Oprah, saying, "Once or twice she’s listened to me and she says ‘Okay, we agree not to agree on those topics’…I’d see her show and every time she’d make mention of what she felt like was wrong with Hip Hop culture it was something that was on my album that was the largest debut in Hip Hop. And because it’s a platform that you would see your A-lister I didn’t want my audience to misinterpret me like I wasn’t an A-lister or wasn’t worthy of being there because of the content and the creative choices. So, when I finally did make it to the show I was like ‘Oh no, if I can’t be your friend at least let me be your enemy. So, we can coexist, baby’…I never did have a problem with her.”

Nothing music related here, but we know how much our readers love 50, so consider this a gift from us to you.

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