50 Cent speaks on the fallout with G-Unit partner/founder Sha Money XL. Sha Money later responds.
50 Cent is never afraid to voice his opinion, and on Monday afternoon he did just that on a topic he’s kind of shied away from in the past. Speaking on the Hang w/ app again, Fif was asked about the relationship between him and his former G-Unit “partner” Sha Money XL, among many other things.
Speaking on their history, 50 blamed part of their feud on financial disagreements and Sha Money becoming too greedy when money starting rolling in.
“When the money came, when the check came, Sha [Money XL] started going like everybody else, just started reaching in my pockets,” 50 Cent says. “Trying to get the money, as much money as they could get. He charged the most he’s every charged for a track for ‘Blood Hound’ on Get Rich or Die Tryin'.”
“I offered him overhead, so he can have his own office space and build a staff for Money Management and all that s**t. He never was with that, so he never did anything,” Fif says. “Next thing you know, he called and he was looking for my blessings and he was taking a job over at Def Jam.”
Along with all the Sha Money talk, Fif went on to say that he’s been working with ATL producers Sonny Digital, London On Da Track, Zaytoven, 808 Mafia, and Don Cannon on his upcoming Street King Immortal.
Check out all that and more in the 35-minute hang out session above. (Fast Forward to 9-minute mark for the Sha Money feud)
[Update: Sha Money XL Responds]
Since the video has surfaced, Sha Money decided to take to twitter and respond to 50 Cent’s comments, which he’s not happy about. Read his tweets below.