What started out as another conversation between Miss Jones and her co-hosts on New York's Hot 97 radio station today [April 7] ended with a surprise phone call from Hip Hop heavyweight Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson who called in to clear up misconceptions about the law suit with his ex-girlfriend and mother of his son, talked about the differences between his real life and Get Rich or Die Tryin (which was based on his life), as well as startling comments about Lil Wayne, Fat Joe and the future of Young Buck with G-Unit.
Recently 50 Cent won a law suit which gave him the right to evict his ex-girlfriend, their son, and his ex's current boyfriend from his multi-million dollar home he had promised her she and her son could live in. When asked about how he could treat his ex in such a manner after she took care of him after he was almost fatally shot [as depicted in the movie] he replied "Thats a movie, i tried to paint a more positive outlook on her. I haven't dealt with her since 2003....she's not a nurse, [her new boyfriend] is a nurse. He's an RN...a regular nigga!" He then went on to say that as another part of the court ruling, his ex now owes him $9,000. "She's doing worse than Fat Joe right now," he joked.
50 then went on to talk about rival Fat Joe: "I'm not even tryin to sell a record... I'm just gonna give u the time of your life right now, homeboy. He got, like, 67k records in three weeks? He's finished!...He's soft, them boys in the Bronx don't even wanna deal wit him....he wants to 'say' that he wants to fight me. I told him the address on the record. It's not hard to find me....they know not to come around here wit that."
As far as the brewing beef with Lil Wayne who publicly decided not to respond to 50's taunts months ago, 50 says "He's smart. I be testing him." But also wonders why Jay-Z chose to not respond to Lil Wayne's negative comments when the two of them were rumored to have beef. "They had little altercations an dstuff...wow...Jay-Z must not want no trouble."
In response to his rumored altercation with Floyd Mayweather, 50 had this to say: "Yeah, we got into a little thing. We're both [are] real physical [people] and I put my hand in his face...its a reflex for him to punch...we get into lil things but...it wasn't a fight; [it wasn't serious]."
But most notably, 50 made it clear about the status of Young Buck, who has had a tumultuous relationship with G-Unit for the past several months:
"You can look at it and see that's Game all the way. I was giving him a chance, giving him the benefit of the doubt [to remain with the group]. You can take this as an official notice right here – pretty much you can say: Young Buck is no longer in the group G-Unit, but signed to G-Unit as a solo artist."
Check out the entire interview [click to listen].