PDA

View Full Version : 50 Cent's Got Beef With Dre?, Juelz's "What the Games Been Missing"



relentless
10-21-2005, 08:09 PM
In this week's Pulse Report, the streets are buzzing about 50 Cent possibly beefing with Dr. Dre, Juelz Santana almost losing his album, Tru Life gettting "bottled," and online gamblers betting on Jay-Z and Beyonce's rumored baby.

1. 50 to feud with Dre. Earlier this week, SOHH.com reported that The Game plans on releasing the follow-up to The Documentary, Doctor's Advocate in April 2006. Chuck Taylor revealed that Dre, and others, were slated to contribute tracks to the LP. The Compton emcee has also been promising more Dre collabos in interviews and a recent 106 & Park appearance. Meanwhile, Fif contradicted Game's comments - stating he and the good doctor will become foes if he chooses to produce for Game.

"I'll definitely put it [the Game album] on sale for $16.99 if he [Game] comes up with something good. Matter of fact, Dre can go ahead and pick the record, but to my knowledge neither me or Dr. Dre is working on Game's next album. He'll have to go create it from somewhere else," Fiddy told U.K. DJ Tim Westwood during an interview with Radio 1. "How [Dre] gon mess with him? That means me and Dre got beef. I think everybody sees my pattern. If I have a problem with Ja [Rule] and you stand next to Ja [and] try to help him, then me and you got problems. That's how me and Joe and Jada got our little issues."

50 also had a few words for Samuel L. Jackson. The critically acclaimed actor turned down a part in Fiddy's semi-autobiographical flick, Get Rich Or Die Trying. "I don't even see where Samuel fits into my life story anyway, unless he plays one of the crackheads," the Queens rapper told New York's Daily News. "He was a crackhead originally, right? So I come from being a rapper, and he comes from being a crackhead."

2. Juelz almost loses LP. Aye! Word is heads almost never got to find out What The Game's Been Missing. Earlier this summer, Juelz Santana thought his 200-Gbyte hard drive, containing all his ProTools files for his second LP was lost. Apparently, the Dipset rapper had been leaving his machine on 24/7 for over a year, causing it to overheat. The Harlemite had also failed to back up his files. "There's no way I would have remembered all those rhymes," Santana told Wired Magazine. The rapper then spent $10,000 for a repair shop to save the files. Two weeks later they were recovered. "If it didn't work, I woulda cried," Santana shared. "No, seriously. I woulda cried."

sohh.com

S3M1R
10-25-2005, 02:08 PM
i think its fake coz 50 always sed he didnt make beef with jada & fat joe because of them 2 working with Ja

Dermo
10-25-2005, 02:39 PM
its jsu 50 brewing up publicity for his movie the soundtrack leaked today so that means its released soon which means 50 is starting his usual routine of making up a beef for publicity.

oh and dman at juelz id be freaking out if that happened to me glad to see he didnt loose anything.

zemben
10-25-2005, 02:47 PM
Originally posted by S3M1R
i think its fake coz 50 always sed he didnt make beef with jada & fat joe because of them 2 working with Ja

do u really trust him?

S3M1R
10-25-2005, 03:12 PM
Originally posted by zemben

Originally posted by S3M1R
i think its fake coz 50 always sed he didnt make beef with jada & fat joe because of them 2 working with Ja

do u really trust him?
Of course he did it coz of them 2 workin with Ja but I thought it would be too dumb admitting it now... when loads of interviewers asked him bout it n he always sed no...But if it's true... He must is in a LOT of shit and I think the next person he gonna start beefing with is Em lol...He is like beefing with the people that made him rich...What a dumb bitch if it's true...

YoungC4Lyfe
10-25-2005, 03:47 PM
Originally posted by relentless27
In this week's Pulse Report, the streets are buzzing about 50 Cent possibly beefing with Dr. Dre, Juelz Santana almost losing his album, Tru Life gettting "bottled," and online gamblers betting on Jay-Z and Beyonce's rumored baby.

1. 50 to feud with Dre. Earlier this week, SOHH.com reported that The Game plans on releasing the follow-up to The Documentary, Doctor's Advocate in April 2006. Chuck Taylor revealed that Dre, and others, were slated to contribute tracks to the LP. The Compton emcee has also been promising more Dre collabos in interviews and a recent 106 & Park appearance. Meanwhile, Fif contradicted Game's comments - stating he and the good doctor will become foes if he chooses to produce for Game.

"I'll definitely put it [the Game album] on sale for $16.99 if he [Game] comes up with something good. Matter of fact, Dre can go ahead and pick the record, but to my knowledge neither me or Dr. Dre is working on Game's next album. He'll have to go create it from somewhere else," Fiddy told U.K. DJ Tim Westwood during an interview with Radio 1. "How [Dre] gon mess with him? That means me and Dre got beef. I think everybody sees my pattern. If I have a problem with Ja [Rule] and you stand next to Ja [and] try to help him, then me and you got problems. That's how me and Joe and Jada got our little issues."

50 also had a few words for Samuel L. Jackson. The critically acclaimed actor turned down a part in Fiddy's semi-autobiographical flick, Get Rich Or Die Trying. "I don't even see where Samuel fits into my life story anyway, unless he plays one of the crackheads," the Queens rapper told New York's Daily News. "He was a crackhead originally, right? So I come from being a rapper, and he comes from being a crackhead."

2. Juelz almost loses LP. Aye! Word is heads almost never got to find out What The Game's Been Missing. Earlier this summer, Juelz Santana thought his 200-Gbyte hard drive, containing all his ProTools files for his second LP was lost. Apparently, the Dipset rapper had been leaving his machine on 24/7 for over a year, causing it to overheat. The Harlemite had also failed to back up his files. "There's no way I would have remembered all those rhymes," Santana told Wired Magazine. The rapper then spent $10,000 for a repair shop to save the files. Two weeks later they were recovered. "If it didn't work, I woulda cried," Santana shared. "No, seriously. I woulda cried."


no shit man yall niggaz is late
sohh.com