Saturday, April 23, 2011

50 CENT COVERS VIBE MAGAZINE!

For Vibe Magazine's April/May issue, Curis "50 Cent" Jackson graces the cover and, as usual, delivers verbal punches on everything he's been up to over the last year. He talks about his Dr. Dre headphone beef, whether he still has the hots for his Show host Chelsea Handler, and how Samuel L. Jackson is his favorite actor, even after he dissed him. Read a few excerpts from the cover story below:


Do you think Dr. Dre really cares about your headphone line competing with his?
I have a strong personality, a strong character. And I can be difficult to deal with at certain points because I’m vocal. If you upset Em, he’s just gonna not talk to you. You’re not going to get him in the next room you wanna get him in. With Dre, the same. He’s not comfortable with friction. That [tweet] is, “Hey look, I’m here. Is everybody still paying attention?” So they go, “Why he say that? Why he say we mad?” Then the meeting happens.

Why should [Drake] have won [a Grammy award] this year?
He did a lot, man. I don’t believe that Drake would have been as successful or his project would have been as successful if Lil’ Wayne was home. That point where Wayne had to sit down provided a complete focus on Drake. [...]
I didn’t get it the year I was supposed to get it, for different reasons. I think the board is not young. They’re not hip. [In my case it was] just the choices to write the harsh reality. I point to that.

Now you’re dealing with the reality of Hollywood. You shed 54 pounds for your latest role. Why?
Things Fall Apart is a passion project for me. I disciplined myself physically more than I had up to this point.

Samuel Jackson said you rappers shouldn’t be taking all the movie roles.
Well, yeah. He said something about me earlier. I was a fan of him before and after he said it. You understand, if you are that passionate... That person has disciplined himself and trained himself.
Are you feeling his vibe on the cover?

LW

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