50 Cent Compares Eminem’s Album Sales To His, Said That: “Only Eminem Sold More Than Me” - WhatsOnRap

50 Cent acknowledges Eminem's sales supremacy in rap.
In a recent revelation, 50 Cent proudly compared his album sales to his mentor and fellow rap icon, Eminem, leaving no doubt about their dominance in the early 2000s. Taking to social media on a Thursday, the influential G-Unit boss shared a thought-provoking post that included a captivating pair of charts, showcasing their remarkable achievements in album sales and streams.

The first slide of this chart spectacle highlighted the crème de la crème of first-week album sales, where the top 10 spots were fiercely contested. Unsurprisingly, Eminem's monumental projects, The Marshall Mathers LP and The Eminem Show, claimed the top two positions, boasting an impressive 1.78 million and 1.32 million first-week sales, respectively. 
Hot on their heels was 50 Cent's sophomore album, The Massacre, solidifying his place in the music industry with an extraordinary 1.15 million in sales. Not to be forgotten, 50 Cent's groundbreaking debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin', also made an appearance on the list, securing the respectable No. 8 spot with a noteworthy 872,000 copies sold in its inaugural week.

Eminem's acclaimed masterpiece, The Eminem Show, took the crown as the most streamed rap album, accumulating an astonishing 5.7 billion streams. Not far behind, 50 Cent's iconic Get Rich or Die Tryin' solidified its position in rap history with an impressive 3.7 billion streams. 

Moreover, the chart showcased the undeniable impact of their artistry, as additional albums like The Marshall Mathers LP, Encore, the 8 Mile soundtrack, Relapse, and The Massacre secured various spots within the prestigious top 10 rankings. It was a testament to the duo's unrivaled dominance and the everlasting resonance of their music catalog.
Amidst this triumph, 50 Cent couldn't help but inject some humor into his social media post, playfully acknowledging that only Eminem had outsold him. With a lighthearted caption that read,"The funny shit is only @eminem sold more then me. 😆I made 🥷🏾's so uncomfortable they don't want to remember. LOL #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi," 50 Cent showcased his confident demeanor and witty personality.

It's worth noting that 50 Cent's rise to stardom was greatly propelled by his signing to Eminem's esteemed Shady Records and Dr. Dre's renowned Aftermath label. This pivotal moment catapulted him to become one of the rap genre's most influential figures, forging a legendary career that boasts an astounding record of over 30 million records sold. 

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