Eminem reportedly is not quite happy with collaborative song titled "Forever" which features him, Drake, Lil Wayne and Kanye West. Fellow rapper 50 Cent is the one who broke the news to public.
"I don't think Em knew everyone was going to be on the record," Fiddy told radio personality Angie Martinez. "Initially I think he just did a verse with it. He mixed his records and then they remixed it. I don't think he's happy with that at all."
"Forever" came out in September and becomes one of the soundtracks for LeBron James' forthcoming documentary "More Than a Game". Its music video is directed by Hype Williams and sees all the rappers lending their vocal on the hook making cameos.
In addition to talking about Eminem's feeling toward the new song, 50 Cent also fires back at Jay-Z who previously told DJ Trevor Nelson that Kanye West will dare to go to the VMAs stage for interruption even though it is 50 Cent who stands there. Jay-Z's statement was aimed to defend Kanye for cutting off Taylor Swift's acceptance speech.
"I think he would have done that if that was 50 Cent," Jay-Z stated. "No one is scared of 50 Cent. I want everyone to be clear. No one is scared of 50 Cent." In response to that, Fiddy said, "When he [Jay-Z] has to say no one is scared of 50 Cent, it's because the public is responding to his punk presentation. Kanye wouldn't take the trophy from me and neither would Jay-Z."