50 Cent Gripes Over Relationship With Interscope
50 Cent hasn’t been happy with Interscope for a while now and when the label released the artwork for his latest single Girls Go Wild without permission on Monday (December 12), the rapper took his frustration to Twitter.
“Man Interscope put out the single art [for Girls Go Wild] saying its coming out the 31st but its not coming out. I’m not putting my album out till we are all on the same page,” he wrote.
Adding, “I try to do everything I can to keep my cool you know what? If they don’t care I don’t care, I’m putting out a video now,” before releasing the music video for I Just Wanna, his song with rapper Tony Yayo.
This isn’t Fif’s first time hitting up the social media site after getting upset with the label, over the summer he told fans he wasn’t going to release his fifth album and even threatened to leak Psycho, a song thought to be the next single off of Dr. Dre’s long anticipated album, Detox.
“I will work with other artist on [their] projects, but I will not put out another album,” wrote the rapper back in July. “They dropped the ball with me one time [too] many.”
In other news, the G-Unit leader released his mixtape, The Big 10, this past Friday (December 9). The project featured collaborations with the newest G-Unit signee Paris, Kidd Kidd, and Tony Yayo.