Has life after CTE been good for you?
Life after CTE…life been good. Before CTE and after CTE. I never took a dollar from cus anyway. It ain’t never been about life being good. My life been the same. I’ve been the same nigga. I’ve been doing my thing. Still been feeding my niggas. Still been feeding my family. Like I said, I never took a dollar ever from Jeezy in my life. Everything been on my grind and my hustle. I put BFK (Baby Face Killa) out myself with no support from Jeezy. I shot and did videos myself with no support from Jeezy. Like that it matters. Like I said, I got my own core, my fanbase. At the end of the day, I been my own man.
[After taking to the recording booth to air out Jay Electronica, French Montana and Trinidad James with his "Exhibit A" anthem, 50 Cent's cousin Continental Five tells SOHH readers what sparked the diss track.]
To be honest, I’ve known Frenchie for a while. It was never one-on-one, it was through people, so I ain’t think of him as having no issue. He’s cool but when you mention something about Fif, that’s not a friend. That’s my blood.
50 Cent speaks on : Molly, Trinidad James, Street King Immortal, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, G-Unit, Chief Keef And More!
[After 50 Cent shared a personal dislike for his cousin's musical content, Continental Five tells SOHH about his relationship with the G-Unit head and why he has yet to pull on Fif's coattails for a collaboration.]
Kid Cudi has parted ways with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint.
While promoting his upcoming effort, “Indicud,” on Yesi Ortiz’s KPWR (105.9 FM) show Tuesday afternoon, Cudi revealed he’d recently parted ways with the West-fronted camp.
“Man, everything is cool. Everything is peace with everyone on the label, but … I’m no longer on G.O.O.D. Music. And this is something that no one knows really,” he said.
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