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Upset after learning that his song 'I'm On It' came out without his consent, Fiddy took to Twitter to share how he felt about the leak.
Shortly after Fiddy came to his defense, Breezy replies, 'Don't worry bro.. They mad because of the level of real people who live in this world.'
'It's not necessarily Dre or Jimmy; it's more the guys that they pass the responsibilities onto,' the rapper says of whom he puts the blame on.
The ex-Pussycat Doll and the G-Unit rapper cater the 'American Idol' audience with their 'Right There' hook-up.
After remaining mum, the comedienne finally confesses that she once dated the rapper, saying he was 'a very sweet, nice guy'.
The actors, which had starred opposite each other in 'Setup', will be sharing screen in a drama about a fireman in the witness protection program.
The ex-lead singer of the Pussycat Dolls flirts with the G-Unit rhymer in this Jim Jonsin-produced single.
Rapper 50 Cent has been targeted by credit card fraudsters who have allegedly attempted to make unauthorised purchases using his account, according to a U.S. report.
Rapper-turned-actor 50 Cent is calling on Academy Award officials to recognise Samuel L. Jackson's hard work by honouring him with an Oscar.
Hip-hop mogul 50 Cent is sharing his entrepreneurial skills with his son Marquise and helping the teenager launch an online sneaker store.
While Mister Cee has been charged with public lewdness stemming from his April 1 arrest, the 'Candy Shop' rapper claims he is still a fan because the record producer means much to hip-hop culture.
Realizing that his comments made light of Japan's earthquake and tsunami tragedy, the 'Candy Shop' rapper explains on Twitter, 'Some of my tweets are ignorant I do it for shock value.'
He was the latest star who donated his gig fee from the Libyan leader to UNICEF after Beyonce Knowles, Nelly Furtado, Mariah Carey and Usher have done it previously.
These two, along with Jacob Lusk and Casey Abrams, received the highest praises from the judges in 'personal idol' week.
In this sports drama, the rapper portrays a promising Michigan football player who is stricken by cancer during his senior year in college.