In this compelling video, Budden boldly declares that 50 Cent's unparalleled rise to success stands as the "greatest run" he has ever witnessed, a sentiment that he firmly believes will endure indefinitely.
Reflecting upon his arduous journey to the pinnacle of the music industry, 50 Cent, in the caption accompanying the video, offers a poignant glimpse into the trials and tribulations he overcame.
According to Budden,“50 Cent had the greatest run that I’ve ever seen in my entire life and that will probably remain the same. That answer will never change,” They tried to kill 50 Cent for years.
He should have died, he did not," Budden recounts. Not only did 50 Cent navigate the treacherous waters of personal feuds, but he also endured the harsh realities of street conflicts and the subsequent blackballing.
Delving deeper into 50 Cent's awe-inspiring journey, Budden highlights the rapper's unparalleled dominance during the mixtape era, a period that left an indelible mark on the hip-hop landscape. “He was on the greatest mixtape run that I had ever witnessed. Then he signs with Em. Dre, they put out ‘In Da Club.’ It never went off. Never saw nothing like that. He delivered an album, classic, millions.” admits Budden, illustrating the profound impact 50 Cent had on the genre. However, his ascent reached even greater heights when he joined forces with the likes of Eminem and Dr. Dre.
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Budden marvels at the groundbreaking release of "In Da Club," a monumental track that resonated with millions around the world. Undeniably, 50 Cent's subsequent album solidified his status as a musical genius, effortlessly achieving the coveted status of a classic and selling millions of copies.
In response to the resurfaced clip, 50 Cent couldn't help but express his genuine appreciation, captioning the post with the words,“I just saw this @joebudden the ill shit is it’s true. I had beef with 3 different guys that had influence, real gangstas they all had crews that caught body’s running around putting in pain. I don’t know, I would just get mad, then say fvck them. LOL we all gonna die one day!”
Acknowledging the magnitude of his own accomplishments, he recounts the intense beef he had with three influential figures, each backed by formidable crews and a history of violence. 50 Cent candidly shares his emotions.
Despite the occasional friction between Joe Budden and the G-Unit rapper, exemplified by a playful Instagram troll in 2018 after a debate on Eminem's prowess, their mutual respect for each other's talent shines through.
Acknowledging the magnitude of his own accomplishments, he recounts the intense beef he had with three influential figures, each backed by formidable crews and a history of violence. 50 Cent candidly shares his emotions. Despite the occasional friction between Joe Budden and the G-Unit rapper, exemplified by a playful Instagram troll in 2018 after a debate on Eminem's prowess, their mutual respect for each other's talent shines through.
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As the anticipation builds, 50 Cent is currently preparing to embark on his highly anticipated The Final Lap Tour, set to commence later this month. This new chapter promises to be yet another milestone in an illustrious career that has defined and redefined the boundaries of rap music. With his unwavering determination and unrivaled talent, 50 Cent continues to captivate audiences worldwide, solidifying his place as an icon in the realm of hip-hop.