50 Cent Explains Twitter Rant, Upset With How His Album Promo Is Handled

June 18, 2011 04:38:39 GMT

'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.


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50 Cent, who is currently preparing a new album, recently poured his outrage toward his label in a series of tweets. In an interview with MTV, the G-Unit rapper explained the Twitter rant, saying it's part of his plan to "light a fire under the label in preparation of his fifth, yet-untitled album."

On Thursday morning, June 16, he started his rant, "Ok I tried to be cool with my record company. I went to the meeting talk to everyone and sh** feels like there moving in slow motion [sic]." He followed it up with, "I'm sorry to announce I will not be releasing a new album this year if we don't get on the same page."

"My whole career iv been doing sh** and they have been playing catch up this is the last f***ing album THEY BETTER WAKE UP AND WORK," the rapper added. "I worked really hard on this album I'm not gonna let it come out like some bullsh**." He concluded, "Ok f*** it I'm putting the first song off my new album tonight."

It seems that Fiddy's frustration was caused by a meeting which didn't end up well. "So I had the record I was ready to launch, and we sat down and everybody talked," he explained what's really going on. "What happens is, there are a lot of people involved in my actual launch, because its three parties; it's Shady, then you got Aftermath, then you got Interscope, and then you got me on my end."

He later added, "It's not necessarily Dre or Jimmy; it's more the guys that they pass the responsibilities onto. It takes longer for people, because they'll be like, 'OK, we're gonna do this and we're gonna do that,' and the building will start having those conversations, but they're not actually moving at that point."

© AceShowbiz.com




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