50 Cent Explains Why Chief Keef May Have Never Listened To His Advice


(AllHipHop News) Chief Keef once harmonized “I can’t control my n*ggas and my n*ggas can’t control me” on Kanye West’s “Hold My Liquor”. During 50 Cent’s interview for SiriusXM’s Town Hall series this past Monday (March 17th), 50 disagreed with Keef’s lyric when explaining how outside influences may have influeceed Keef to disregard 50’s advice.

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Back in September of 2012, 50 Cent informed CBS Radio’s V103 host Ryan Cameron that “without the success I had, my son could have potentially been Chief Keef.”In his interview for Town Hall, 50 says that he truly felt Chief Keef was the next 50 Cent due to his circumstances and image:

The aggression level matched that of the actual environment he was from. Chicago. When you see the guy make a music video and it’s like 15 guys in the actual living room. It’s because they’re protecting him from the other 15 guys in the other living room that’s four or five blocks down.

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Two months after that interview in 2012, 50 berated Chief Keef on his personal Twitter account for not showing up to his own video shoot for “Hate  Being Sober” which featured 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa. In July of 2013, 50 informed DJ Jenny Boom Boom that Keef “didn’t listen” to the advice he gave him and during his Town Hall interview on, he gave a theory as to why Keef was dismissive:

The things I said to him could easily be countered by someone saying ‘you hot. Why you think 50 talking to you? You got 50 Cent talking to you, fool. You hot. He ain’t hot. HE need YOU’

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50 Cent’s Town Hall interview will premiere on SiriusXM’s satellite radio station,  website and app on March 31st.