The Resistance asked 50 Cent to stick to his words but the rapper won't take a retirement because he considers himself a "fighter".
When 50 Cent vowed to quit from music if Kanye West beat him in the album chart, he didn't know that it would backfire. The rapper is now facing an opposition from a Christian group that benefits from his words regarding the retirement.
The Resistance, the Christan media, called 50 "satanic" for his inappropriate lifestyle and profane lyrics. They are now demanding him to step down and be true to his words.
"It is time for 50 Cent to be a man of his word, and retire," the organization's spokesman Mark Dice said. " The world will be a better place when this satanic piece of filth retires and stops making music".
Ironically, 50 gave a public statement last week, saying that he won't quit making music because he's a "fighter". He said, "I don't know if it's possible for a rapper to retire, rappers are like fighters. They condition themselves to be the best. All rappers think they're the best. And they are just waiting for everyone else to recognize they are the best. You'll see them come back and back."
Bearing the same release date, 50's album 'Curtis' was beaten by West's 'Graduation' by more than 250,000 copies in the first week. He previously also said that technically he won't retire because 'Curtis' reached #1 in several European countries and Australia.