Sha Money XL has responded via Twitter to 50 Cent‘s allegations that the Epic Records executive asked for more money than he deserved, which caused their fallout.

Sha calls 50 a “Walmart ass nigga,” and says “A cheap person will do cheap things.”

He says that nobody wants to work with 50 Cent anymore.

“You destroyed what was built and you will continue to do that,” he writes. “I feel sorry for you bro.”

Sha was president of 50 Cent’s G-Unit Records and joined Epic in 2013.

50 Cent released his most recent album, Animal Ambition, independently.

(The original article in this thread was published August 24, 2015 and is as follows.)

50 Cent spoke on his rift with former friend and business partner Sha Money XL during a HangWith session yesterday (August 23).

During the session, Fif’ spoke on how the feud between the two stemmed from financial disagreements and alluded at Sha becoming too greedy when it came to money.

“When the the money came, when the check came, Sha [Money XL] started going like everybody else, just started reaching in my pockets,” 50 Cent says. “Trying to get the money, as much money as they could get. He charged the most he’s every charged for a track for ‘Blood Hound’ on Get Rich or Die Tryin’. I said, ‘Cool, just give him the money.’ Then he came back around and said, ‘How do you charge for studio time?’

“He asking for $50,000,” 50 Cent adds. “I said, ‘Cool.’ Then I thought about it and I said, ‘If I give him $50,000, that’s it, because he’s been paid for all of his services, everything.’ I said, ‘Nah, don’t take $50,000. Take $30,000 and a point, $30,000 and a point on the sales on my record.’ That one point was worth $1.3 million, because we sold 13 million records on that first album. So I gave him $1,330,000 instead of $50,000. And then, after the record took off and sold so many copies, Jimmy [Iovine] and them came around but [Sha Money XL] didn’t take no risk. He took all of his money off the table. And then, Jimmy Iovine came around and G-Unit Records was ready. So, they cut the check for G-Unit Records, they gave me $15 million. When I get the $15 million, I see them round again, looking like they ready to start reaching into my pockets again. So I told them, ‘You ain’t getting none of that money, because you took your equity out of the situation immediately. You were paid for everything you’ve done.’”

Elsewhere in his HangWith session, 50 Cent revealed that he has been working with a string of Atlanta producers as of late, including Zaytoven, who recently shared a picture of the pair’s studio session on Instagram.

“I got a chance to meet with all the real big producers in Atlanta,” 50 Cent says. “Sonny Digital, London On Da Track, Zaytoven, 808 Mafia and Don Cannon. All of them came through and were putting music together for me so expect this album to be stupid. It’s gon’ be dumb hot.”

50 Cent also hinted at putting out a mixtape before releasing Street King Immortal.

“I’m thinking about doing a tape, just doing a tape,” he says. “So I may start it this weekend. I may start looking for ideas for it.”

Elsewhere, 50 Cent sent his condolences to Styles P in light of his daughter’s suicide.

50 Cent’s HangWith session can be viewed below:

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