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50 Cent On Floyd Mayweather, French Montana, Naturi Naughton, Pop Smoke + 'For Life'

50 Cent On Floyd Mayweather, French Montana, Naturi Naughton, Pop Smoke + 'For Life'
New York and on the new odd 97 happen in Berlin the morning he brought a morning beautiful our Styles Rosenberg's at the all-star game we got 50 set on the program are you going out how you think your friend Steve Stoute is doing with the Knicks how you've been paying attention to the heaven he's like in charge of rebranding the Knicks his marketing agency got some good young players on the team I hope it comes around now do people know your story with Steve Stoute from your first record deal days they probably don't eat some the first my first record deal yeah Tommy the track masters we worked together for a little bit and then um he had he did something this I see he ended up over running in the scope and it was like when you came in the 550 building the security guards had like his picture up like not to let him in the building and this girl ended up being the president of Columbia Records because it was keeping them for production I guess Tommy Mottola felt like they doubt all the things that he was supporting they developed the cool around shout like cuz he was managing the track masters he had NAS it was all Columbia it was all the things that were that they were financing may start cool enough to go get the job at let's go mm-hmm and pull the Rough Riders over to Interscope I didn't know that part yeah and you ended up obviously Interscope - yes sir but that didn't undo what started I was in dress after um speaking of image right yeah they...
50 cent on floyd mayweather french montana naturi naughton pop smoke for life
were in full force with you at UM the Hollywood Walk of Fame yeah that monster how does how did that feel to be like because when you were getting that I didn't even think about processing that Dre and M shout to even top dog from TDE you know everybody being there and and also it reminded us just of how much you had done you know like I I was like okay again it was not it was not something that I was like waiting for everybody don't even get it right right but when it was presented to you you were like once I was once everybody was there it was exciting really exciting for me because that M Dre I hadn't been in the same room with them all of them in a long time and then Chris Albrecht was there he gave me the green light on power you know shout to Jon Feltheimer to he he did boss over he runs lionsgate okay own stars and I'm saying so um I hope cool I have everybody in one room it made it really exciting and Mary had hit me and I was like yo nervous I just feel nervous like if she's like just just 250 you know you're there just realizing she's doing but I did get nervous before we do it so you knew you know that M was gonna deliver that speech I didn't know what he was gonna say I knew just experienced a few words no and then great like we had I reached out to em cuz we were texting to move text to each other all the time and then I mean it's raised we had a little more distance between us and Scott Scott scores I was talking to scorch he...
50 cent on floyd mayweather french montana naturi naughton pop smoke for life
had came he's just FaceTime them and we ended up back yeah and then it was like he's like garma come come to this thing and it was like it's cool is exciting the deal you know people forget that you know the beats by dre and you had a head farmer and that whole people forget all of the little skirmishes intuitive's look i us up ate it but i'm the guy that actually sold things away from music and ride in the water Gina sneakers junior clothes all the other stuff the tank job yes um walks out to g-unit right though you so jealous of me same thing that's going on with you and

French

right now is the reason New York City fell off this is I'm appalled at the idea people think that I would punch that boy in his face I would not do that I think like then go see that was very grown up of you that's it so I say is it I'm not claiming any punching in the face I couldn't now back to the Hollywood Walk the paucity of moments I was dead it was so exciting you weren't there it was great you know it was like it was a whole thing going on it was like it was exciting look but just not we felt like we were there with you because it was a celebration it truly made us all happy that's the stuff that you don't have that's the stuff he doesn't have you know it doesn't thrives on or picking it the new the young ones when they come and did not never never only when only when they're fraudulent only love pops mo oh you better baby...
50 cent on floyd mayweather french montana naturi naughton pop smoke for life
speaking of pop

smoke

um a lot of people say they they hear you in him even when he started he was you know very influenced a whole new vibe doesn't that there's no look if you have everybody has influences yeah you hit them whether you're conscious of it or not you know I mean like I mean I say I don't have favorite artists our favorite moments certain records that they do this so good if it doesn't influence you you're just not in it because you got this listening knowledge that gave you power certain records that came from different artists like that but whoa right you know I'm saying like from Black Rob or put your hands where I can see from Busta Rhymes those are moments in hip-hop that's not like but there's nothing else this out at the moment that is better than that like if you don't you're not taking being conscious of it you don't know what the bar is that for you to make something that this up to that standard or as good as I'll take ten records my favorite records put him in the line then put them up against what I'm getting ready put out and said no this ain't ready yet no way you about to put out you said you about to put on that's the way I build the record wait you have records that you brought together yeah well I've been working on some stuff yeah but I wouldn't what I do is I'll take my ten favorite records and say this would be the dream sequence of an album like this would be the...
best album that ever came out right taking the best of that scene from mm-hmm artists and sequence it it's like creating a playlist but it's only ten song right and then creating music until you feel like it can compare ibly be as good as that when are where are we gay music in 2020 yeah before and I got so many reasons to release music now that is cool I got the TV show right new EP right that new show for

life

or ABC or which if you miss it when it came on you can catch it on the Hulu I think yeah shows up the next day yeah amazing show um I really enjoyed the first episode you know my father was one of those at the law library trying to fight his own cases you know my girl you know she saw you know family members in that too like you know that's something that you know Shaunie was even talking about your dad to the law library yeah everybody got to go in there get your knowledge figure out if they messed up yeah I feel like he captured that a lot of black men have had to deal with how did you come across the story of Isaac right junior though well I'm gonna feel mutual friend actually they they had a Fight Club uptown Bronx but it was illegal yeah at the time I couldn't go because I was license right Isis promoting supervisor ought to be a and flood to say he doesn't know how we fell out or anything like it I never said anything to like I just woke up one morning I had a problem with him but um that's not what happened what happened is we we...
actually he asked me to help him so I and actually I could I can stop them from using TMT as their logo right now because I couldn't do that cuz y'all cool again yeah I don't have a just not chasing it but to be honest with you I incorporated TMT in Delaware while he was incarcerated because he didn't sign the paper doesn't mean the corporation isn't valid hmm so I could actually technically a trademarks to the term of it because his entire corporation is built on so I could tell you you can't have TMT socks you can't have that team t-shirt you got you don't understand that because it's just not I just said it and he won't be able to figure out that I could do that damn you and this guy man I thought y'all was good again we are good I just don't understand why he having the conversation how am i coming up a conversation I don't care about what they doing so there's still some stuff II know it only happens when it's fight time it's time to build some type of energy it's time to make a fight and then that happens so do the BX Fight Club you met someone because their dad legalized it on paper to turn it into like a dark show like when they don't have television involved with a boxing event and um do i do isaac they actually did that it legalized it and I attended and perform then and after that there was nobody who was too big to come to the Fight Club and get on the mic they felt like it was just cool...
like a park cam right type of thing so but I met Isaac after he pitched the idea of a feature film and I was like nah this is a series because I'm not gonna have enough time to explain what went hard to her in that journey like you know all the feelings everything that you did you you went to look have being persistent right and then don't didn't separate people's passion all right and having the ability to focus on something on the work on it allow you to work hard enough to be good enough at it that's the Kobe Bryant right you know I say he out work those people like you know people like people to League perform according to their paycheck say like no I ain't getting that money let them do it Kobe was there every day yeah everything like that and that's what separates him to make some special to us in a different way even out these going right so the that just thinking thinking like that that's one thing when you can actually commit to yourself and what you want for your

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you work that hard at it um even ploy like make yourself like we got issues okay he's still the best fighter out there until somebody beat him that's what he is you can step back in the ring I think you got two right now because the money going so the money's really gone yeah that's what you say it's fight get the money spend the money fight all that money it took been two years so is it just his overhead is so high on a day-to-day month-to-month like...
I don't talk about like like what the

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style that money's going trust me now it's like you call him he'll be at your you know your localhost and a nightclub because you need that action right now Wow now um with for

life

um this is how does it work you you get the story you meet Isaac right you right up kind of what you think this could be and then you start working with other writers yeah bill I build out well actually what happened was I had another APA through my agents I had another writer that had a concept of uh did you see how common that criminal law order or someone in jail is in the law library trying to write fix their cases they they my sentence them not done something in the case of wrong so they had the concept of con law but it didn't have it wasn't true it was a fictional story it was just and I had to write a they did it originally try to inject Isaac into his story as delete and he he just sometimes people get stuck they fall in love with their ideas and they did really able to change it very much they want to stay with what they actually had and that didn't work for me so I reached out and I ended up partnering with Doug Robinson and I was in Greenspan over at Sony and then we read visited it and rehash the story and got Hank Steinberg to come on and write it so what we're seeing in the series for

life

on ABC is some of issac story right in pieces but then kind of mold it into a large so the catalyst is Isaac right and as...
like a procedure feel to it but not every episode is not a case a different case every episode like following the story as that family drama of him trying to get back to his family and then the the prison drama and the dangers of prison and it also now does it as you was a producer of television and film does being on a network like ABC that's a whole other day so you saw the difference using the buses and billboards you see that it's like you couldn't miss it like if yous watching the hospitals every time that was the most exciting part of the Oscars you know when it said your name a man when it said Curtis 50 say Jackson and they had you into one promo to four times count sign comes on one - it's right on there I didn't even have to dress up yeah so how did like does that change that changes everything from here on out now now you're you're playing time you're rolling out a show any time you're coming out with an idea you're playing in a different play like my overall deals with stars so I'm still you know in premium and I like the premium format it matches our culture as graphic as the music in the material stuff to be putting out so it allows me to have my finger on the pulse what's going on with that because I'm still conscious everything is happening but the baby didn't network television play is definitely a big difference like when you can get to focus cuz it's the timing right at this project look I just...
showed you this morning - guys what release served 25 years in Camden New Jersey and so is that that is because of everything going on nationally with the innocence project right and people reopening cases because they know there was a period there's been several periods like in the 80s and 90s specifically in the United States that that was going on a lot and then you look you say it's just it's socially relevant it got everybody trying to be involved a little bit you know that Kim Kardashian focused the meek mill's thing and Trump trying to take credit for all of it yeah it's cool I mean in the book sisters take credit for other people's work in the series you play in any inmate right yeah but I read somewhere that you said that this was the last time you're gonna play this type of character yeah yeah I played a couple was Kanan character was a short period started in the actual Jail a little bit and this one is he's he's been incarcerated since is 16 so he's technically been in jail longer than he's been in the free world and you know when you had even though you started to be 2 to 4 he kept extending this day like it's real like you know that we know people who went to jail for short days and turned into a lot of time you know so so institutionalized you know and then sometimes the then one admit it but they start being afraid to come home happens a lot yeah cuz they don't know what like how they fit and everything...
that's going on out there like you know now um how involved do you personally get in things like you posted all about the the guy the guys in Camden today like cuz I know in the past and people may or may not know that you are philanthropic right but you're not one of the people who put up all your work like even the park over and Queen yeah yeah no things like that cuz I feel like at least I felt there's my own assumption that your public persona and kind of what you do may overshadow the kind of taking a step back no as you said it's true like a lot of the that stuff I don't I didn't go not involved in that case I just seen it this morning Burke like the first thing I look at the news and stuff like there's some said you seen enough usually acts of person that to do look at the news there's a lot of the artists and stuff to come in they're not conscious of those things they're just on their music they already have the information they need to create what they're doing and they're going they just want that but I like to stay you know to know what's going on now are you are you all privately working with the Innocence Project or no no not personally that's not some cuz I just I worked on this foot he but I actually came across this project two years ago and people don't realize that it really took two years to get it to for me to get it from idea for either heizak pitching it to me actually getting it up and on the...
air um tarik the spin off the power spin off um that's the first that's the only one we've seen so far there's you said there was gonna be six it were five of them five but tarik go son is PowerBook two is mary j blige man yeah I met the man the Tori Newton Mike Ranney so you're on the Tariq's good yeah yeah he not made little jokes and stuff he was upset with me for a minute because of the jokes and stuff that I put on social media but that's usually somebody else making the meme I'm just taking a posting from Laura why would that not be posted marketing my show at the same time isn't it me putting someone on a platform this on my show to promote it in a different way that's what it is it just doesn't feel like I'm saying tomorrow night on stars did wasn't jumping up and dad day everybody knows who the Tori is now this run is done a lot for it so maybe just some people more sensitive they need you to give my heads-up look I'm gonna make this is funny I'm but I don't know that my intentions are good now uh talk to me about the kids man yeah your son we see your young son having more you have a more I saw you I think I saw you post something about my composure somebody else's kid talking about I wanna have some more doors yeah yeah little girls I said some reason I feel like the little girls the father's child you know yeah yeah it feels good to feel you know cuz with your sons you know it like 2025...
they're gonna be busy with their own

life

yeah but we feel like your girl is always gon have some time for thought when you get old yeah I think I could get crazy I could really get a chance to uh I'm gonna be tricking like I'm gonna rally yeah yes my baby I could I could get everything her mother one it is motivation for having a daughter it's just to spite the mom no just to give her the stuff I'm comfortable it's always gonna be my daughter's fine her mom may not necessarily be my wife in forever 53 per

cent

of the people who get married the boss bro true Troy you say to me and you noticed that when I understand you try to make me out to be some with your son's mother like you guys are super positive super cool yeah have you have you um have you figured out or you know looked teenage boys it's tough you got an older son yeah have you guys been able to figure things that I haven't experienced the teenage boy thing like he drifted before that so he's his mom absorbing he but that's his mom's child but you know I mean he's his mouth shell now he comes back and wants to have a conversation I listen we go to lunch or dinner somewhere but he'll pay for it I mean he's a man now he's a grown man right and he acting like a grown man he must make his own decisions yeah um so you're

French

yeah what what is this about man Yuki you're not fascinated with fresh it's not even a song playing the kid like...
what's the song why are you going after his no no I'll do better get very quiet I like writers oh no no why was that silence that moment a solace was still sick of suffering why'd you get quiet are you doing that man I was not relevant well we interested because he was posted about it when did I post about him I don't know a week ago well you posted to Lee you not sleep people spray shot no never nothing negative positivity my brother he's a changed man now peace now so okay so then bones did you hear apology to Gail I did I was proud to snoop for that I I was look I knew when I saw the clip I stopped it if you look at I have a edited version of what he said on my face I knew he was gonna have to find out later right so I put it in that and I said I apologize for his language in advance cuz I already know is he gonna do it now you have been you've been pointing out for weeks before this Kobe Bryant interview that Gayle did with Lisa Leslie that you had it you were taking issue with how Gayle and Oprah were handling black men who were being accused of sexual this is a small extremely I showed even in the memes you see it like one thing but I'ma be honest with you right I do look at some of the like howdy situation is developed but one person says something then there's 20 people who says something and then all of his party allegations right and all of them forgot to say something maybe 10 20 years and then it turns into 25 women and 25 women...
disappeared with no admission of guilt just 25 million dollars mmm you said I'm saying like in the Weinstein situation felt like 25 people went away with 25 million dollars in no admission of guilt it felt that felt like a cash grab like a money grab to me and because if it was about the actual movement at that point would they be after justice or money there were some women who weren't after the to soar to people and uses the weisstein cake that's just wanna see cases just to people but even in that they looked and you're not sure that they're gonna that it's not gonna end up the way we end up for one of the african-americans involved in that right and so in your mind you're seeing because someone's wealthy and because they're white it changes it don't don't let me get me saying that you had to see this no I say this all the time but that's the way it is no it's not and for you you see wait wait wait what about our president he told me just grab a bite opposed right and he's got 13 allegation yeah and what what is documentary act right matter of fact I hear that team of the more that sounds right for the still sick of suffer a little bit more than that sound but we've been saying this - yeah but angle but that's not an easy victim he's not a easy victim and his supporters will go support him because he's documentary so that ain't the one that they looking for he looking for the one where they can...
actually turn the audience right and it just destroyed the person you know and I um now for the I guess you know for the for the interviewer like in Gail's sense where she's talking to Lisa Leslie they did this whole interview and they're talking about all of everything with guard to Kobe and they get to this Kobe Bryant moment and she asked her about it and even presses it I think we were even talking about how impressed how she handled the questioning man and then obviously ABC taking it for their own ratings and clickbait creating a political thing listen regardless of what network is on they're gonna take the sound bites to become most effective but an interview we know this is this is what generates interest in polls you in right now it was leading it leading it into this new climate of things and what's acceptable was not acceptable and saying that you previously had sexual assault allegations or whatever it is that went dropped and they went away regardless it was you had a criminal situation it went away right and ten years to talk about it nobody talked about it man passes away you want to talk about that while families grieving the funeral has anybody like this it's not folk for what for Aidan's yeah because journalists go to get stories I just didn't think that was cool that's all you know like in the midst of it and you know what they feeling now that backlash it's not from what I said it's not from what snoop said and I...
from Busey anybody else that was supportive it's just people are stronger in their absence than they are in their presence they it's okay to do that to Michael Jackson after he's passed away sometime he's been gone some time but it just it wasn't right to do that right what was the goal like what was the the the the punishment or for someone is to tarnish the person's legacy that's it and get as you pointed out earlier and for the individuals that are bringing the story up sometimes as a money grow their benefit the benefit at that point you know I'm saying like that it's like how can we benefit off of something there's someone else at that point now as somebody who has been alleged of things and you know lived a

life

that prior to this moment you had to navigate all of these sort of things I mean alleged and charged and criminal and this and that is that also make it more sensitive to because you you know what it feels like yeah but there's and it's not necessarily true all the time like they just said I punch my dad in the face in the face you said I'm saying people say things you look at the tape Claire you don't see me on no tape but this is what publicly people will begin to believe it and I have to answer the question because of that and then that's if that alone is enough look even when we talk about our system not being perfect it's still a lot better than public convictions mmm I putting someone if I...
said someone's this you did what you have a girl that had higher expectations she's thinking she's gonna be in a relationship with you she just got a chance to explore you and thought she'd be listening to you on the radio for some time so you just said to me you have intimacy she feels like you've doing something wrong functioning like a single male and you continue to be see someone else right and in her response to that is you did something you wasn't supposed to do then what your whole career is over get off here we've definitely seen both sides but we also have seen the abuse of power also absolutely so you know I see that there's equally both what you just said you just said you believe our our criminal justice system while it's imperfect and flawed but operates and functions more fairly than public than public yeah then what person with because anyone's discretion it's like any any guy with the camera can decide he's gonna get ten people that don't like you to say this thing mm-hmm you said I'm saying that that's better than and then the I flawed system is better than that right because you know if you got money you can fight for yourself exact is the public perception there's nothing for to fight for there's no one and the the stranger the allegations are the more people look like why was the money be accusing your that though it changes how to perceive you regardlessly um has has all that all that...
out clearly makes you move very different in your personal

life

as a single man it'll make you know I'm not single I'll stay where I'm at oh yeah in a relationship yeah I didn't know that muffled I didn't know I'm sorry yeah I stay over there and it's none that's why I feel a little like I could say something cousin I'm moving like that right fifty

Cent

ladies and gentlemen make sure you check out for

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we got confirmation that there's some music supposed to drop in 2020 that's some stuff um this year's also arm didn't get rich or die trying' how seventeen seventeen years unlike what what happened we've been doing but also massacre is ten-year anniversary coming up too right that's crazy because the records that down with really fast man Belfast you up there getting out at the Holly walk when you were putting a star on the Walk of Fame and you even brought up not winning Best New Artist yeah yeah then against or evident urban Evanescence Evanescence which they're nowhere to be found yeah I don't know but that's not our world but yeah you didn't did you did you eventually win any Grammys no well yeah I got I got one couple of them with him we got it well the crack a bottle is most definitely got it but you never did it for the awards it was never about to accolade it was a give me that anyway because our culture loves things that the underdog they love things that are that have been damaged...
by the experience so a lot of times the artists that come from backgrounds where they have a war perspective of things and it allows them to create say things that feel like it's being done for shock value but it's just what's on their mind you know so a lot of cool stuff comes out of hip-hop culture and even the image look female artists things that they've said over the last five years you got to eat the booty like groceries it's just another thing on my hit list more like Monday through Friday I'm like the weekend it's alright so real alright is some big tall Hills um big backward five six figures stripes on the booty you can call the ticket alright all the different things we're last give a button you know it's really good stuff today they do it you can't you gotta come way more graphically well I think you said some key to which i think is you know the the our culture you know I love something that's been flawed by the experience that we all kind of go through in society I think that's something that people may not always process and that's one of the things that made hip-hop so popular and it keeps it popular yes because it's the most honest the attempt on genre music like this that it's not just one particular area even though we've shifted to the area that I already but remember when I used to do the mixtapes I would take the commercial song and do the street version of here that's the version is...
selling that the street version when we're gonna get your mixtapes man we need those on the streaming service but I gotta do that's not I told you that last time you do that I wasn't in some I got paid a legal fees don't you got lawyers on he want me to pay the legal fees to put it on his part of this this guy's this guy's any argument we had I'm no longer upside just identify with it crazy bro myself it's a check for line for ABC