50 Cent Debuts New Video Amidst His Feud With Label Over Single Release

December 14, 2011 04:40:23 GMT

The 'I Get Money' rapper premieres a Tony Yayo-featured music video after throwing a series of rants at Interscope regarding 'Girls Go Wild' release.


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Amidst his frustration with his label Interscope, 50 Cent premieres a viral music video for "I Just Wanna", one of his songs from his newly-released mixtape "The Big 10". The G-Unit member, along with his homie Tony Yayo, enjoys the company of some fine-looking ladies in this clip.

Earlier in the day, Fiddy wrote, "Man interscope put out the single art saying its coming out on the 31st but its not coming out. I'm not putting my album out till we are all on the same page." He added, "These people are gonna make kill one of them. Now madonna's single is called GIRLS GONE WILD. This is some bull sh*t #SK."

"This is nuts to me. I try to do everything I can to keep my cool you know what? If they don't care I don't care I'm putting out a video now," he continued his rants. "In 15 min new 50cent f*ck it. Making music makes me feel good. I'm going to write while I'm mad. I always come up with something good #SK."

The single Fiddy's talking about is called "Girls Go Wild" which features Jeremih. It has a cover art which boasts an image of a voluptuous lady's backside. She's seen sweeping her long brunette locks to the side to reveal a face of blue-eyed tiger painted on her body.

50 Cent has been feuding with his label for quite a while now. Last summer, he was upset with how his new album promo was handled. "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 wrote back then. "I worked really hard on this album I'm not gonna let it come out like some bullsh**."

50 Cent's "I Just Wanna" (feat. Tony Yayo) music video

"Girls Go Wild" Cover Art:



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