50 Cent Responds To Claims Of Jay-Z Not Wanting Him At The Super Bowl Halftime Show

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(GEMS RADIO) –50 Cent has responded to the news of Jay-Z not wanting him at the NFL’s Super Bowl Halftime show. As expected of 50 Cent, the rapper threw shade at the Roc Nation boss following the revelation.

It all started at the Drink Champs interview that featured Snoop Dogg, where Noreaga revealed that Eminem had threatened to pull out of the event if 50 Cent would not be included in the show.

“He said ‘the white guy called for 50 Cent.’ So I said, ‘who’s the white guy?’ Cause I’m thinking it’s Jimmy Iovine. And he (Jay-Z) said ‘no Eminem called directly for 50.’ And he said ‘I can’t do it if I can’t bring 50 up.,'” revealed Noreaga

50 Cent Accuses JAY-Z Of Looking Like A Gay Painter

The revelations by Noreaga reached 50, and the New York rapper wasted no time firing shots at his fellow filmmaker. The rapper took a shot at Jay-Z by accusing him of copying Jean Michel Basquiat’s hairstyle. He also accused the business mogul of trying to look like a gay painter.

“Why would he have to say that should be the question? NORE Your big homie is running around trying to look like a gay painter,” wrote 50 Cent.

Fif was also upset that Jay referred to Eminem as “the white guy.”

“Why did he say the white boy, why he didn’t say the biggest rap artist in the world? Happy Easter! Man enjoy the holidays. @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi,” 50 Cent.

NFL And Jay-Z Partnership

In 2019, the NFL entered into an agreement with Jay-Z and Roc Nation to organize Super Bowl music events, which includes the halftime show.

The 2022 Super Bowl was the first time in the show’s history to have an all hip hop performance in the halftime show. The show included performances from Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J Blige and featured 50 Cent as the special guest performer.

Written by: Jessica Sommerfield

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