50 Cent released evidence denouncing Beyonce: Dirty dealings in showbiz?

50 Cent released evidence denouncing Beyonce: Dirty dealings in showbi2024

Beyoncé’s got serious pull in the industry, but the gossip is suggesting that back in the day, before she was the powerhouse she is now,

she might’ve been cozying up to these dudes to gain some leverage.

You know, like power couple goals and all that jazz. And get this – not only was she supposedly playing the game, but she also allegedly left these guys high and dry while painting herself as the innocent victim.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé and Jay Z are still out here living their best lives.

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It’s been 20 years since Beyonce dropped one of the best pop songs of the millennium. Crazy in Love continues to work as an earworm; getting a haunting remix in the infamous 50 Shades of Grey series.

But it’s the fiery original video, featuring Beyonce’s trademark riffs and Jay Z’s funky rap-verse, that’s got our vote.

Beyonce

For a track to stand the testament of time—two decades in this case—it has to have the perfect blend of great songwriting and an unforgettable tune. Beyonce’s Crazy in Love delivers on both counts. But it’s not the only iconic song turning the big two-o this year.

50 Cent’s In Da Club, a staple in every birthday playlist—from your Y2K uncle’s right down to your Gen Z cousin—also released 20 long years ago. So did your favourite karaoke number: Linkin Park’s Numb. Feeling old yet?

In Da Club by 50 Cent

When 50 Cent dropped his (arguably) most famous track back in 2003, he probably didn’t fathom that it would continue to be played in heavy rotation, two whole decades later.

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