50 Cent Says He Loves Eminem to Death but It Doesn’t Cloud His Judgement

50 Cent Says He Loves Eminem to Death but It Doesn’t Cloud His Judgement

In an interview honoring “Get Rich Or Ԁie Tryin’s” 20th anniversary,

50 Cent discusses his experiences as a media mogul and rapper, attempts to make sense of lists of “the best rappers,” and offers the best advise he’s ever received.

Ari Melber of MSNBC is a huge admirer of Fifty’s and is skilled at keeping an interview engaging for viewers of different backgrounds.

His earlier interview on the show is now the second most seen, garnering more views than his chats with Robert DeNiro and Bill Gates.

Even the parts where Fif discussed Eminem show that it is worth watching through to the end. Eminem was ranked No. 5 on Billboard’s list of the greatest rappers of all time. These lists don’t feel like they work for fifty. What are the requirements? What is the finest about them? Ability? By whom do we measure? Sells? Is it then related to business? Fif disputes that Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, and Nas, the top three rappers on that list, should be ranked above all other rappers. He states: “They are still talented artists, but not the best of all time.”

So who ought to be at the top? 50 Cent says he doesn’t know in response. I have no idea who the best artist should be. Depending on the time frame. If we are in business, how, in my opinion, do you not look at the top-selling artist? They need to consider the top-selling artist if we are in business. since it’s an enterprise.

While I’m saying that, Em is on my mind. because he amassed 90 million record sales. When you see cars like Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentleys, and the like, you realize that without a customer base, hip hop culture would not be able to sell cars like Lamborghinis and Ferraris. There is no incentive for them to support and purchаse it if they cannot understand how they fit into the culture. Thus, the guys at home are currently saying things like, “Oh, Fifty just loves Eminem so much!” Yes, I truly do love him to the end. I will always love him. But as I consider it, I wonder why people would find it engaging enough to consume it if it wasn’t explicitly pushed to them in a way that made them feel like a part of it.

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