50 Cent is not happy with Pop Smoke’s team: “I’m unavailable moving forward”

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50 Cent has made it
clear that he’s not happy with the way in which Pop Smoke‘s team have
handled the rapper’s recently released posthumous album.


‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’
was released last
week (Friday, July 3) with some help from the G-Unit head honcho, who served
as executive producer on the project.

However, the rapper has now expressed that he’s “not feeling
the way the guys involved with Pop’s project are handling
things.”

Taking to Instagram to share his disappointment, 50 wrote: “I
got it to this point it’s gonna be the #1 album. That’s good
enough right, i’m gonna be unavailable moving forward
peace.”

See the rapper’s post below.

‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ made UK chart
history this week when it landed at Number Two on the UK albums
chart.

The rapper’s new record is the highest-charting debut album by
an international rap artist in 17 years.50 Cent previously held
the accolade, with ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin’’ debuting at
Number Two back in 2003.

The album is expected to debut at Number One on the US Billboard
Chart this week.

Designer Virgil Abloh was behind the album’s cover art but

a first draft was met with backlash from fans, as well as from
50.

Pop Smoke was
shot and killed aged 20 in a home invasion
in Los Angeles,
California on February 19.


Three men have been formally charged with his murder
, following
the arrest of five people in connection with his death.

The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed on Thursday (July 9)
that five arrests had been made in the murder case. “LAPD
Detectives have arrested three adult males & two juvenile males
related to the Feb 19th murder of Bashar Jackson, a New York-based
rapper known as Pop Smoke,†they tweeted. “We will provide
further details as they become available.â€

The post
50 Cent is not happy with Pop Smoke’s team: “I’m unavailable
moving forwardâ€
appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries,
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.

50 Cent has made it
clear that he’s not happy with the way in which Pop Smoke‘s team have
handled the rapper’s recently released posthumous album.
Read more:
Pop Smoke – ‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ review:
Brooklyn rapper’s posthumous debut matches rising star’s
ambition

‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ was released last
week (Friday, July 3) with some help from the G-Unit head honcho, who served
as executive producer on the project.
However, the rapper has now expressed that he’s “not feeling
the way the guys involved with Pop’s project are handling
things.”
Taking to Instagram to share his disappointment, 50 wrote: “I
got it to this point it’s gonna be the #1 album. That’s good
enough right, i’m gonna be unavailable moving forward
peace.”
See the rapper’s post below.

View this post on Instagram

I’m really not feeling the way the guys involved with Pop’s
project are handling things, I got it to this point it’s gonna be
the #1 album. That’s good enough right, i’m gonna be unavailable moving forward
peace. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi
A post shared by
50 Cent (@50cent) on Jul 9, 2020 at 12:22pm PDT

‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ made UK chart
history this week when it landed at Number Two on the UK albums
chart.
The rapper’s new record is the highest-charting debut album by
an international rap artist in 17 years.50 Cent previously held
the accolade, with ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin’’ debuting at
Number Two back in 2003.
The album is expected to debut at Number One on the US Billboard
Chart this week.
Designer Virgil Abloh was behind the album’s cover art but

a first draft was met with backlash from fans, as well as from
50.
Pop Smoke was
shot and killed aged 20 in a home invasion in Los Angeles,
California on February 19.

Three men have been formally charged with his murder, following
the arrest of five people in connection with his death.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed on Thursday (July 9)
that five arrests had been made in the murder case. “LAPD
Detectives have arrested three adult males & two juvenile males
related to the Feb 19th murder of Bashar Jackson, a New York-based
rapper known as Pop Smoke,†they tweeted. “We will provide
further details as they become available.â€
The post
50 Cent is not happy with Pop Smoke’s team: “I’m unavailable
moving forward†appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries,
Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.

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