Another one bites the dust.
When 50 Cent became a breakout sensation after his magnum opus Get Rich or Die Tryin’ in 2003, he was a brash, rap radical who loved trouncing his foes. He enjoyed stepping on the likes of Ja Rule, Jadakiss, Fat Joe and more. Well, with time comes wisdom, and with the exception of Ja Rule, 50 Cent has put to sleep beef with many of his notable enemies this year, especially The Game. This week, he was able to scratch another name off his list. Take a look and see who 50 made amends with.
50 Cent and Cam’ron linked up this past Tuesday
This past Tuesday (Aug. 9), 50 Cent posted a photo on Instagram of himself and Cam’ron hanging out together. Both artists posted photos of themselves chilling with together with hilarious captions as the cherry on top for their truce. For 50 Cent’s caption, he wrote, “I said Cam I would talk to you like you ain’t got money, if I didn’t see them big ass knot’s in ya pockets. #EFFENVODKA.”
The two beefed on and off for almost a decade
Back in 2007, 50 Cent and Cam’ron sparred in a contentious battle over record sales between their respective crews. 50 lashed out at Cam’ron on “Funeral Music,” while Cam’ron returned the favor on “Curtis.” Years after their beef, both sides seemed pretty cool and moved on from the situation.
Things cooled down in 2011 between both sides
Years after the two embarked in a vicious beef, 50 brought Jim Jones and Juelz Santana—crew members of Cam’ron’s collective Dipset—to perform with him onstage.
Cam’ron also chalked up his beef with 50 to nothing serious during his 2011 interview with MTV Rap Fix: “Jim and Juelz do stuff with 50 and they camp all the time. I don’t have a problem with 50 at all. It is what it is. We had our little discrepancy, and we moved on from it.”