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A few days ago, the news surfaced at the TLC reality show Starter Wives Confidential got canceled and it was 50 Cent who took the credit for it yesterday on Twitter. What’s the connection? This reality series featured ex-wives and girlfriends of athletes like Lamar Odom and Floyd Mayweather who aired their dirty laundry to the viewers. 50 Cent’s ex-girlfriend, Shanequa Tompkins was also supposed to be part of the show but was forced to quit as per a previous agreement she had with him.

In this interview with Providence’s Rise & Grind Morning Show on Hot 106, 50 confirms that he got the show pulled from the network, without going too much into detail. He also speaks on DJ Pauly D’s upcoming album on his G-Note label, possibility of doing a song with Fat Joe and The Game’s reunion petition.

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Listen to full interview below.

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5 Responses to “50 Cent Speaks On Game’s Reunion Petition & Getting ‘Starter Wives’ Show Canceled”

  1. Carlos 20. Feb, 2013 at 9:56 pm #

    That petition ain’t getting pushed by Game, he ain’t tweet about it once or talk about it looks a bit dodgy. Cos you know he be tweeting most his information not using Facebook..

  2. P90 20. Feb, 2013 at 10:03 pm #

    Fif says he don’t know the motivation for it, before he was saying it was disloyalty because of games comments in jada, nas n joe.. Lol but anyway look meek just did exactly what game did said he ain’t go no problem with 50 Ross ain’t kick him out of MMG. I may be wrong but didn’t 50 kick him out live on hot97 and that when game went hot97 n his boy got shot then the truce happened then g unit dissed game shortly after and game did 300 bars n all that g unot stuff.. To me they both in the wrong it’s obvious game got a big ego after his album but 50 do to he expected game to be like banks n yayo but clearly game didn’t feel the same alliance lol..

  3. landlord 20. Feb, 2013 at 11:09 pm #

    this nigga crazy!!!

  4. FAKE ASS COMMERCIAL RAPPERS

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