Fif had a wide range of critical opinions on offer in a recent interview with Power 92.
The G-Unit Captain spoke on Interscope’s most recent signee, Chief Keef, before going on to pour scorn on P. Diddy’s most recent album.
50 Cent was full of praise for Chief Keef, saying that his music had a “hard edge,” and admiring the young up and comer’s energy.
"He got that kind of energy," 50 said, when asked about Keef’s music. "He feels street. The things that I've heard from him had a hard edge to it. It might be cool [to work with him]."
50 Cent was remarkably less kind about New York rap mogul, P. Diddy, however, claiming that the only reason Diddy befriended Maybach Music boss, Rick Ross, was because of the poor quality of his last album.
"That Last Train In Paris project sent Puff to be Rick's buddy because that shit was garbage. It's the truth," Fif commented.
On the subject of significant beefs, 50 had no words of reconciliation to offer. Asked if he would extend the hand of friendship to long-term enemy, Ja Rule, he responded with, "Nah."
- By Fiona Guest