50 Cent Calls Puff Daddy’s New Single “Garbage,” Compares Him to Mili Vanilli
50 Cent’s out promoting his upcoming album, Animal Ambition, so he stopped by radio station 92Q Jams recently for an interview. The topic of career expiration came up, and rather than shift to his own work, he went right to Puff Daddy’s new single, “Big Homie.”
While Fif and Diddy have collaborated before, the “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” rapper previously went after the Bad Boy CEO in 2006, calling him “soft” for not retaliating after Notorious B.I.G.’s death. Now, he said: "Puff still out there, he don't even need a record, 'cause he don't got one. You know Puff ain't got no music that you want to hear, that 'Big Homie' sh-- is garbage."
That’s not all he said, though. Fiddy implied that Puff Daddy doesn’t even write his own lyrics. Later in the interview, he said: "I'mma keep it all the way real with you, because the guy said, 'Don't worry about if I write rhymes, I write checks,' and then sings to you. This is why we got rid of Mili Vanilli."
Animal Ambition is 50 Cent’s latest project and an album in addition to the long-in-the-works Street King Immortal. Promotion has involved multiple singles put out before the official release date of June 3, with a couple of new tracks debuting at SXSW. So far, the songs out have included “Funeral,” “Hold On,” and “Don’t Worry ‘Bout It.”
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