50 Cent was interviewed by Mr. Peter Parker on 95.5 WPGC today where he spoke on topping the iTunes charts with ‘My Life‘ within a few hours of its release. When asked about Floyd, 50 still claims he’s a brother but doesn’t show too much warmth.

When the topic shifted to French Montana, 50 says he will put French Montana “out of business”, after calling him the “new Ja Rule”. Listen to the interview after the jump. Will this really happen? Or would you even like to see that happening?

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5 Responses to “50 Cent Speaks On Topping iTunes Charts; Says He Will Put French Montana Out Of Business”

  1. Shady 29. Nov, 2012 at 9:44 am #

    50 right but he should stay away from negativity

  2. tune 29. Nov, 2012 at 10:48 am #

    Damn lol 50 better chill

  3. Yoga 23. Dec, 2012 at 2:12 pm #

    I knows what you means about those shades of brown ..As you know we have emarbked on our road trip, and have been in Vancouver BC and Whistler. I swears girlfrin’ we were at the Farmer’s Market on Granville Island, Vancouver ..just yesterday morning, as I snapped away at all the colors the market had to offer. The blueberries they grow up there are the size of grapes, the cherries are the size of small tangerines and everything is BIGGER, BETTER and more COLORFUL than a box of new crayons! I can OD on the flowers alone! It just makes me want to eat my vegetables! Not to mention the breads, cheeses, fish and International goodies. I wanted to hide under the table wait until closing time, and all was locked up ..and EAT MY OUT of food prison!!!


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