Along with giving The Breakfast Club/iHeart radio the premiere of his new single ‘Smoke’ featuring Trey Songz (listen here), 50 Cent also sat down with The Breakfast Club hosts for an interview on their debut episode of Revolt TV broadcast.
50 spoke on ironically being on Diddy’s channel, if he has problems with him, being on the same plane as Ja Rule, moving around without security, relationship with Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo, Banks’ laziness, his new single ‘Smoke’, relationship with Sha Money XL & related money issues, upcoming album Animal Ambition, departing from Interscope, doing SMS Audio deal, French Montana’s ‘Pop That’ single, allegations that he killed NY Hip-Hop, rappers wearing skirts, and much more. Watch the one hour chat below.
On Detox, 50 commented that it won’t come out because if it fails, it will hurt the Beats brand so they don’t want to take the risk. Makes sense right?