50 Cent is currently promoting his new book, Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter which is getting rave reviews from readers. You can grab a copy here.
The book is described as a self-help guide where 50 talks about how he went from adversity to Rap’s biggest star at one point and then cable’s highest-paid executive. This is his first since the New York Times bestseller The 50th Law with Robert Greene. His latest stop was MSNBC where he spoke with Ari Melber about why he chose to write a new book, staying away from intoxication despite some of his music creating a different perception, and more.
50 also defended his reputation of being involved in various beefs, stating that a lot of times, he hasn’t been the one to start them. “They don’t see the slap. They don’t see the insult, they just see my response. They didn’t see the shots get fired,” he said. Watch the chat below.
Also watch his brief interview with Good Morning America: