50 Cent Wins Ruling Against WorldStarHipHop.com

A federal judge grants 50 Cent a summary judgment on copyright and right of publicity claims.

50 Cent was granted a summary judgment on copyright and right of publicity claims by a federal judge Monday (March 24), according to The Hollywood Reporter.

50 Cent filed a lawsuit in 2009 against WorldStarHipHop.com because three of the website’s mastheads featured images of the Queens, New York rapper. The first masthead was displayed from 2005 until mid-2006, according to court documents. The second ran from mid-2006 until April 2007, while the third appeared from approximately January 2008 through March 2009.

The rapper claimed that the use of his image gave people the impression that 50 Cent was affiliated with the site.

"Defendants provide no authority to support the fair use of a celebrity’s image or likeness,” the judge wrote in the ruling. "This is not surprising, as a celebrity’s image, standing alone, only evokes that celebrity’s persona. Jackson’s image does not, by itself, describe anything about Defendants’ website.”

To read the entire judgment, click here, or read it below.

50 Cent v. World Star Hip Hop Opinion by Mark H. Jaffe

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105 Comments

  • outta-control.com

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  • Anonymous

    WSHH is trash. I hope that place dies a quick and swift death.

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  • Anonymous

    50 Cent Sued For $35M By Most Suing Man In The World Jonathan Lee Riches has way too much time on his hands. The South Carolina inmate has filed over 1,000 lawsuits against celebrities including Mike Vick, George Bush and Martha Stewart. In September 2007, he sued 50 Cent for $35 million claiming that the rapper stole his lyrics and forced him to harass 80s groups Bananarama and Tears For Fears. Wait, what? You read right. If you don't be careful, he'll sue your azz too.

  • Anonymous

    "Can't even steal on a nigga muhfuckas'll sue" - Jay Z 'All I need' Yall seen the paper work above right? thats all yall need to know. The game has changed, first 40 Cock...sorry 40 Glocc sues the game and now Curtis Jackson suing Q. In the 80s-90s this would never happen. Whats G about suing?

    • Anonymous

      The biggest G in rap music Rick Ross is currently suing music groupe LMFAO for saying Everyday I'm Shuffling in one of their songs.

    • Anonymous

      " In the 80s-90s this would never happen. Whats G about suing?" fucking kids talking like they know what would have happened before they were born, lol. how many niggas you think diddy and jay-z sued on their way to the top?

    • Has

      You kind of sound stupid..... Its about money. I admit 40 glocc suing game is B.S. but 50 suing World star for using his image is on point. What was 50 to do? Go kill WS hole staff? lol. It business. Something a some hood dudes will never graduate to. Stay on the corner "G". Lol

    • Anonymous

      this worldstar sh-t was going on before game & 40 son then again, why am I talking to you about some real life business ordeal sh-t when you can't even get your story & timeline straight * closes window *

  • deejay

    if you lames think 50 was some fake thug keep living ina dream ...ask anyone in south queens ...booboo was about that life

  • Anonymous

    petty ass nigga...

  • Anonymous

    "Can't even steal on a nigga muhfuckas'll sue" - Jay Z 'All i need'

  • Anonymous

    lol at this nigga pressing charges

  • VINNIE PAZ > EMINEM

    Hes right too. Fuck WorldStar!!

    • Anonymous

      Ay Vinnie Paz is better than Eminem! Eminem makes music for some charmin soft kids who get their lunches snatched everyday smh

  • Anonymous

    A SNITCH SNITCHING ON A SNITCH...AINT NOTHING NEW

  • olddog

    A nuclear bomb is about to drop, 50 cent is going platinum 50 Cent Ft. Trey Songz Smoke link http://mp3pet.com/audio/MjUzNjM3

  • Anonymous

    STFU wite boy you never stood the corner streets

  • IROC

    Funny how these so called gangsta in court filing legal papers and one time had a restraining order according to Irv Gotti 50 dont deserve a pass on his gangsta, recording phone conversations with buck on he phone what real thug does that a RAT, and Game said 50 is a FBI informant ,Terminate on Sight what a fraud

    • Anonymous

      That order of protection never existed. Niggas on the internet stay talkin shit they know nothing about

    • Anonymous

      "bitch ass nigga never to taken asa a gangsta just as a internet thug who blog but do nothing at all" i know you feel mighty tough behind your computer screen but i guarantee you wouldn't say that to his face you lil geek.

    • Anonymous

      " Game said 50 is a FBI informant ," The same Game who was being managed by an ACTUAL informant with paperwork?

    • Anonymous

      In a fight b/w Game vs 50, 50 would just run since he's a wet, bitch ass nigga never to taken asa a gangsta just as a internet thug who blog but do nothing at all

    • Anonymous

      yea but the thing with 50 is that he denied the restraining order even existed.50 cent said its fake and irv made it up.but it did exist and everybody knows that.thats what made it look bad.cause he lied about.maybe 50 did have something to do with it.who knows he prolly was scared.cause murder inc was big back than.and 50 was unknown.but who knows

    • Anonymous

      smh.. you stay with that mind frame.. why should 50 let folks he don't know eat off his image?? and as for that restraining order on irv, he didn't have shit to do with that.. in ny, restraining orders are automatically issued when any violence is associated with a criminal complaint.. 50 refused to testify which is why irv never got charged with shit.. but keep talking that dumb shit..

  • Anonymous

    50 sued his kid for not repaying his allowance.

  • Yolo

    Cuuuuuuurtis This nigga stay on some sucka shit....

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  • claradaveyyma

    I quit working at shoprite to work online and with a little effort I easily bring in around $45 to 85 per/h. Without a doubt, this is the easiest and most financially rewarding job I've ever had. I actually started 6 months ago and this has totally changed my life.............http://x.co/4ALCM

  • Anonymous

    like you goobers really know about what's G, ya live in remote places far, far away from G, too young to leave the house without mommy or an escort go on ahead and get your playtime comments on junior, lol

  • Anonymous

    LOL. Fuck the clown Q. Good for him. All he does is go out of his way to post videos that make minorities (mostly black people) look bad!

  • Anonymous

    A snitch or a CO who is worse?

  • fuccya

    That ofc dont apply to entertainers or really evil hypocritical mothafuckas who quit long time ago. Nothin wrong with that.

  • Anonymous

    SO BASICALLY CURTIS JACKSON(YES CURTIS; HIS GOVERNMENT NAME NOT 50 CENT) SNITCHED? SO BASICALLY TOLD ON Q? HE MUST HAVE DURING THE DEPOSITION OTHERWISE THE CASE WOULD NOT GO TO COURT. I SAID IT BEFORE; THERE AINT NO SUCH THING AS A GANGSTA RAPPER. STUPID *FCUK BOY.LET ME HEAR ONE SENTENCE ABOUT BEING GANGSTA ON UR NEXT ALBUM.

    • Anonymous

      You fuck boys really don't know the meaning of snitch do you? Ya just keep exposing your selves that you are not from the streets and spend your day on the internet sucking dick hating. SMH!

    • Anonymous

      op is a stupid kid

    • DetroitShady

      (YES CURTIS; HIS GOVERNMENT NAME NOT 50 CENT) oMg! Are u serious? All these years I thought his momma named him Fifty! You just blew my mind wowowowowowow.

    • Anonymous

      why would he need tell on q when everyone could go to the website and see worldstar using 50's image at the top of the page.

  • hart kevin

    it wont happen jay married to bey rhi rhi managed by jay drake is with rhirhi bey had drakes baby

  • fuccya

    "gangsters don't sue" Mostly true! Breaking the law and suing someone is plain retarded, even if youre clean at the moment your shady background is no help at all. And you makin enemies. You got enemies you gon watch them and vice versa. Know some really lawphobic people haha Besides if youre so capable of doing things your way and doing them right why the hell would you need help?

  • Anonymous

    "SO what is he supposed to do" Drop a good album.

  • mario

    Gangsters do sue..fuck u mean...a gangster only gets gangster when its necessary....all yall goofies from the burbs talking bout what G'z do....yall worry about what nerd ass goofies do that are corny

  • Anonymous

    When did it become gangsta to sue? This so called gangsta rappers fake as fcuk. Aint u suppose to be a thug Curtis? aint u suppose to be a gangsta rapper? what is gangsta about bringing a law suit against another homie? Why didnt u handle it like a G as u claim in ur rap songs? And u wonder why u fell off.

    • Anonymous

      snitching involves telling the police information to get someone else sent away to prison and you can get off free with lesser charges. so who did he tell the police on and who got locked up?

    • Anonymous

      if he handled it "like a G" he would be in prison or facing a lawsuit of his own. you kids are geeks. rappers sue all the time. Rick Ross is suing LMFAO for saying Everyday I'm Shuffling how gangsta is that?

    • Anonymous

      He's a snitch

    • Anonymous

      if he went and saw Q on some G shit and gave him a beat down and caught a case you would be saying he stupid for throwing his life away over some bs.

    • Anonymous

      SO what is he supposed to do, stick a gun in his mouth? then the lawsuit is on him. People take legal action for everything. Capitalism revolves around the dollar

  • Q is a simp

    This is what happens when you paying Kat Stacks for sex.

  • somebody aint keepin it G

    this was a bitch move on 50s part. whatever respect i had for this nigga is gone.

    • Anonymous

      You just a crab looking for an excuse to hate. You the type to not get paid because you watch to many movies and think that's being G. Real G's ain't on the internet hating like lil' bitches all day everyday.

    • Worldstar smasher

      50 already checked that punk Q on the phone, so he already proved who the bitch was, Q.

  • Anonymous

    Fuck Fiddy SNitch, I love worldstarhiphop, I go there everyday at lunch with my co-workers to laugh at black people.

  • Anonymous

    SOREN BAKER FUCKING SUCKS

  • Officer Fifttyyyy

    Fucking snitch! Always calling police and suing with your fruity faggot ass.

  • Anonymous

    its funny cause when q first started out he was a 50 cent groupie him and whoo kid were close and q thought he could make money off 50 and 50 wouldn't do anything about it

    • Anonymous

      Q is a bitch who only dates women that need him financially. Mr. Jackson is thorough and doesn't need anything from a lower tier website like Jobstar lol.

    • Anonymous

      "Among humans, Qs best ally turned out to be lifelong friend Yves Ceac, better known as DJ Whoo Kid. (He declined to comment for this story.) When the G-Unit juggernaut began picking up steam in 2001, Q founded NYCPhatMixtapes.com as Whoo Kids official Web site. He was living in public housing in central Pennsylvania but selling New Yorks hottest hip-hop commodities: 50 Cent Is the Future, Guess Whos Back? and other mixtapes featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. I was just another part of the entourage, says Q, of his relationship with G-Unit. 50 used to see me and say, Whats up?he recognized my facebut he didnt give a fuck about me."

  • WorldStarHipHop EXPOSED: The Truth Behind The Controversial Site

    Tuesday nights are cracking at Greenhouse, a club on the west side of lower Manhattan. The establishment was featured in Fabolous video for Lights Out, and this evening patrons re-create the ambiance. Beneath a sea of crystalline rods that hang from the ceiling, a swarm of rappers, athletes, hustlers and hot girls toast Ros and bounce to DJ Clues sound selections. Of course Fabolous is there, along with players from the Memphis Grizzlies, New York Giants and New York Jets. Then there are the others blending in among the highfliers, the people who lurk in the shadows of celebrity. Characters like Lee Q ODenat, the man behind controversial video site WorldStarHipHop.com, has two tables stocked with champagne, Patrn and women. When an argument between two girls breaks out nearby, Qs bodyguard leaps in the way, while Q parties on, unfazed. Later in the evening, a member of the G-Unit campa tough-looking customer with gold teeth and an impassive facewhispers in Qs ear. When the G-Unit soldier departs, Q recounts the conversation. He wanted me to come by the G-Unit office, he says with an incredulous laugh. Fuck that! Well meet at a Starbucks or something. Q has a good reason to proceed with caution. Tension between 50 Cent and Q had been simmering since the previous day. After WorldStarHipHop (commonly referred to as WorldStar) had gone temporarily offline, 50 Cent claimed responsibility on Twitter. I put Worldstar to bed, you dont believe try me I will shut your shit down, he wrote. It seemed plausible, since 50 had sued Q for trademark infringement in 2009 (Q believes the lawsuit was retribution for posting Rick Ross diss songs against 50 Cent). The news burned across the Web like a brush fire, and both World Star and 50s Web site ThisIs50 became trending topics on Twitter. A few hours later, Angie Martinez, of New Yorks Hot 97, interviewed 50 Cent on-air. He played it coy, neglecting to say World Stars issues were specifically his handiwork. Eventually, Q was patched into the conversation, and 50 snapped into attack mode: I should black ya eye, he snarled. Tell em how you were on my tour bus in 2003, you punk! And you created a area where everybody could try to hate on me! Q stammered to get out a word, but was mostly quiet. In truth, 50 Cent had nothing to do with World Stars technical difficulties. The real culprit was an Internet video creator who calls himself IShatOnU. After WorldStar refused to add attribution to one of his videos, which showed ChatRoulette reactions to a faked suicide, IShatOnU filed a copyright complaint with the sites server, a complaint Q says he never received. When WorldStar neglected to remove the offending video, the server took action. Some furious fans learned IShatOnUs identity, and bombarded him with threatening e-mails and phone calls. One wrote, Y da fuk u took down worldstar for? If I knew where you lived id murk u. Another read, Snich ass white faggot. fuck you in your fat face. IShatOnU says it was only bored kids lashing out, but takes exception to World Stars policies. Its a grimy site, man, he says via phone from Chicago. Theyre making a shitload of money off other motherfuckers without compensation. To be sure, World Stars poaching of content is not unique: The Huffington Post, a Web site purchased in February by AOL for $315 million, has faced similar criticism for its use of aggregating content. But Qs approach is notably brazen. When a video goes up, its plastered with the WSHH logo, shoehorned into a media player and stripped of links to the source. Eric and Jeff Rosenthal, brothers who create online comedy sketches to ItsTheReal.com, have seen several of their videos uploaded to World Star without credit. The only identifying text on the video read Courtesy of Mahad, a World Star employee. I dont know who Mahad is or what he does, but I do know that hes not a Rosenthal, says Jeff in an e-mail. World Star absolutely violates rules of Internet connectivity. According to Q, his strategy pays off with roughly 2 million unique visitors a day. Alexa, a Web analytics company, ranks the site 225th in site traffic in the United States and the 900th in the world. By comparison, MTV.com notches 222nd and Travelocity.com at 232nd. Alexa says World Stars visitors tend to be Black males under the age of 35 who are moderately educated. As a result of all this activity, Q says the site is valued in the millions. But for all its heavy numbers, World Star looks more like a remnant of the Geocities generation than a rising online powerhouse. It has a clunky design, comment sections susceptible to spam and captions that appear to be written by texting teenagers (example: WTH Is Goin On: Bloods Violate Boy Reppin Another Gang in McDonalds!). The clips of public fighting have become so popular on World Star that documentarians with cell phone cameras sometimes name-drop the site while recording brawls. The site has popularized online personalities such as Kat Stacks, a notorious kiss-and-telling groupie; 50 Tyson, an autistic emcee who resembles the rapper and the boxer; and Cubana Lust, an adult model with an extra large booty. One recent video shows a homeless woman attacking a shrieking man in a New York City subway train. 9-to-5 people love to see misery, Q says. People want to say, I thought I had it bad, but look at these people. Thats what sells. While offering a glimpse at the stretch-marked underbelly of hip-hop, World Star hasnt only generated torrents of traffic, but also spurred accusations of cultural bottom-feeding and back dealing, which has landed Q in the crosshairs online and off. The incident involving 50 Cent and World Star dovetailed with Qs emergence as a public figure. He has always been relatively easy to contact through his site, but he had nevertheless been a faceless dictator of a roiling empire. In the middle of 2010, he recruited Kevin Black, a music industry executive who once worked at Interscope and Warner Bros., to serve as president of World Star. Its a role Q describes as a scapegoat. After Blacks departure, Q stepped to the forefront. The ninth grade dropout of Queens, New Yorks Grover Cleveland High School doesnt seem overly concerned about the ire hes sure to draw from community groups and law enforcement agencies looking to police the Internet; or content creators who feel theyve been ripped without credit; or rappers who have a score to settle. Hes determined to step out from behind the mouse pad and let the world know who did this to you. Or, as he put it: I tried to be in the background. But people need to see and feel who started this site. Before Q became the boisterous Internet video hustler, he was simply known as Lee ODenat, an introverted kid from the working-class neighborhood of Hollis, Queens. His father left the household before he was born, and his mother worked as a nurse. He was very quiet, says his mom, Jacqueline Jeanty, in a dense Haitian accent. He liked to play by himself. Sometimes the school would call and say, Is there a problem at home? Because of his temperament. But the noisy allure of hip-hop was powerful. Salt of Salt-N-Pepa grew up around the corner, and Q once saw Kid N Play rehearsing in her backyard. CL Smooths sister lived up the block. Q dreamed of being a rapper. He recorded his own verses and used the alias Leeapola nickname derived from a childhood accident where he hit his head on a pole. It was in 1996 that Q first became enamored with computers and the possibilities of the digital age. Introduced to the Internet by Web TV portals, he recognized its potential for improving his social life. It was a way to meet girls and not leave your house! he says. I was like, I love the fucking Internet, Im not fucking going back. Qs first attempt at creating an online business involved hosting porn and placing ads in magazines, but he ran out of funds. During the 90s, Q bounced between New York City, Florida, Baltimore and Pennsylvania. He worked at Circuit City and sold phones at SprintPCS before he was evicted and spent some nights in his car. Then, in 1999, he had a revelation. It was an inner voice, something that came to me that made me see the world differently, he says. Q wont divulge specific details, but describes the aftereffects. When your life changes, you find yourself alone because everybody turns their back on you: family, friends. I would cry in bed. I was scared. When pressed for details, he adds to the mystery by alluding to supernatural forces. He suggests watching The Knowing, a 2009 sci-fi movie with Nicolas Cage where the earth is engulfed in solar flares and beings called The Strangers whisk children away in flying vessels. All I can say is that were not alone, Q says. Among humans, Qs best ally turned out to be lifelong friend Yves Ceac, better known as DJ Whoo Kid. (He declined to comment for this story.) When the G-Unit juggernaut began picking up steam in 2001, Q founded NYCPhatMixtapes.com as Whoo Kids official Web site. He was living in public housing in central Pennsylvania but selling New Yorks hottest hip-hop commodities: 50 Cent Is the Future, Guess Whos Back? and other mixtapes featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. I was just another part of the entourage, says Q, of his relationship with G-Unit. 50 used to see me and say, Whats up?he recognized my facebut he didnt give a fuck about me. 50, who says hes in litigation with World Star for incorporating his likeness into the original WSHH logo has been disturbed by the platform Q provided to 50s opponents. If theres a dispute between me and another artist, theres more online traffic. People trying to keep up with it. Almost like a soap opera, says 50. When that happens, he tries to cover the other side of it as much as possible so he can have exclusive content. Because he cant have exclusive content with thisis50.com being in existence. In 2005, Q launched WorldStarHipHop.com as a digital download site. There was good money to be made selling physical copies of mixtapes for $15, but he couldnt handle the shipping responsibilities. Here, for a monthly fee, members could download an assortment of mixtapes, not just G-Unit material. In 2007, Q decided to start showcasing videos. He posted an ad on GetACoder.com seeking a freelance computer programmer. It requested EXACTLY THE SAME EVERYTHING FEATURES as OnSmash.net, another popular hip-hop site. Shortly after WorldStarHipHop appropriated its layout, hackers took it down and, according to Q, declared vengeance for OnSmash. (OnSmash declined to comment for this story.) It took seven months to fix. I felt like quitting, like, Fuck the Internet, Q says. When World Star returned, it was simplified into a video aggregator. The mix of music, violence and humor proved addictive, and the rise of streaming video, Facebook and Twitter spread the sites heavily watermarked material across the Web. Record labels began providing exclusive content. Its first substantial premiere was Ace Hoods 2008 single Cash Flow, and artists such as Rick Ross and Waka Flocka Flame have since debuted videos on the site. In an era when artists shoot quick, low-budget videos lacking the production values or commercial appeal for MTV or BET, WorldStarHipHop.com provides an ideal outlet. For his part, Q gives himself ultimate credit. Im like Black Jesus, he says. I talk to everybody, the scum of the earth. Im down there in the mud. I treat everybody the same, from Puffy to the nobody with $500 for a video. Thats what people love about the site. Its a chilly night in Alexandria, La., and Q is looking to party. Hes just cornered a glassy-eyed busboy at Texas Roadhouse, a steak joint with peanut shells on the floor and stuffed jackalopes on the wall. So where do you go to look at pussy and tits? he asks. The kid, mortified into near silence, finally mutters something about a nasty place with pregnant dancers. I thought that was an urban legend, says Q. That would make some good footage. Q is only in this sleepy town to show support for Kat Stacks, the notorious groupie being held by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He has signed her to World Star as a celebrity/rapper/villain, and she isnt earning anything behind bars. But this afternoon was a bust. After Q, a cameraman, the lawyer, Kats mother and Kats son drove out to the courthouse at the Bureau of Prisons Federal Correctional Complex in Oakdale, they learned she wouldnt be freed for a few more weeks. Q has polished off a plate of chicken tenders when Kat calls from prison. They exchange pleasantries. Four months without dick? says Q. Your pussy is gonna be like your ass. Gotta make sure your first dude isnt a dirtbaghes gonna love you. Conversations like this one unwind World Stars DNA. Strip clubs, jailed groupies and raunchiness are part of its makeup. A common complaint from critics is that the site presents a negative image of Black people. In response, Q dusts off the familiar trope that WSHH is the CNN of the ghetto. Were just the messenger, he says. Maybe that will help Blacks or minorities say, Wow, I dont want to be on World Star, I dont want to be on blast. But World Stars content isnt all that is in question. Skeptics have accused Q of juicing viewership numbers. On a weekday afternoon, the count for Torchs track Bang Yo City went from an astronomical 6,706,079 to 6,709,233an increase of over 3,000in approximately two minutes. On YouTube, one critic demonstrates how holding down the refresh button generates mega-views. Q denies this accusation. We dont have time to sit there and hit Control-R all day, Q says. He admits to the controversial practice of counting visits to the homepage as views for the main video feature, even though it may not have been played. Its like watching a video on MTV Jams, he says. You dont know if 2 million people or 10 million people are watching. World Stars viewership may be subject for debate, but their revenue is real. According to the sites rate card, they charge $500 to post a video, $1,250 for mixtape/DVD trailers and $5,000 for X-rated clips. Putting content in the featured top box costs $2,500 a day, while there is no charge for videos from established artists. Q says that Croc vodka paid several hundred thousand dollars for a comprehensive yearlong campaign. Money rolls in through Paypal, corporate checks and knots of duffel-bag cash (one of Qs associates even alluded to a system where money was picked up at the front desk of hotels). Now, in hopes of growing into an empire, World Star has expanded into management and bookings, and inked a deal with Ed Hardy to introduce a World Star clothing line. In fact, Q rarely misses an opportunity to squeeze a buck from his brand and beyond. One girl begged him to take down a clip in which she stripped naked while rapping along to Nicki Minajs verse from Monster. Like many humiliating moments inspired by alcohol and caught on camera, the clip ended up on WorldStarHipHop.com. She was desperate to get the footage off the Web, so she contacted Q and tearfully begged him to remove the clip. She had been disowned, kicked out of her house, Q remembers, sounding sympathetic. Eventually he relented and took down the video, but only after she coughed up $500. She had to pay up! he cackles, rubbing his thumb and forefinger together. Because of his shrewd, if crude, practices, Q enjoys the luxuriant lifestyle of the rap star he once hoped to become. He stays at The Ritz Carlton, pops bottles of Patrn and makes it rain at strip clubs. When visiting New York, Los Angeles or Miami, he travels with securitya necessary expense. Im an important figure in the world with this Web site, Q says, reveling in his position at the hot center of hip-hop gore. But it just takes one person to say, I hate that fucking site, and punch me in my eye.

  • OUCH!

    Old news, step up your game HHDX

  • 50 Cent

    DONT WASSUP ME SUCKA, I SHOULD BLACK YOUR EYE

    • jd

      yow that shit funny as hell, Q started stuttering like crazy

    • worldstar comments are the best and funniest around

      lmao 50 really had Q fat ass shook out of all the big money businessmen in hip hop jay diddy dre baby whoever else 50 is the only one that people are actually scared of cause he really was all bout that life of selling drugs n robbing people

    • The Game

      2 50 Cents oh I got a hard on now. 600 BARS late 2nd Quarter

    • 50 Cent

      TELL EM HOW YOU WAS ON MY TOUR BUS IN 2003 YOU PUNK AND NOW YOU CREATED AN AREA WHERE EVERYBODY CAN TRY AND HATE ON ME YOU KNOW YOU A PUNK, YOU KNOW YOU A PUNK Q

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