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50 Cent Says He’s No Longer Interested In Doing A ‘Verzuz’ Battle: “We’re Back Outside”

50 Cents said that he is no longer interested in appearing as part of Timbaland and Swizz Beatz‘online fighting rap series Verzuz.

50 was asked by an interviewer at the premiere of his new show – Book of Power III: Raising Kanan – if he plans to join the chain, which originates from the early stages of Coronavirus pandemic last year on Instagram Live.

“Ah Verzuz war? Probably not,” 50 replies. “We are back outside. That’s what happened during the pandemic when we were stuck indoors. Now that we’re back outside, there are other things to do. We should be creating new history, not going back there.”

He’s not the first artist to come up with the idea of ​​joining the series, with things like Ice Cube and Mary J. Blige both recently said that they don’t want to appear.

Ironically, 50’s comments appeared just days after it was revealed Iconic rap groups Dipset and The Lox will go head to head in a live season of the series next month, with a live event scheduled at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater in New York on August 3. Although the event will take place in front of a live audience, the event will still be held. streamed live on Verzuz The Instagram page as well as Triller both liked the previous batch.

50 Cent also recently revealed that he works on his own celebrity battle rap show – a competitive hip-hop reality television series called Unpackaged produced by his company G-Unit Film & Television and SFO Entertainment.

Earlier this month, 50 confirmed New music is on the way, with the rapper heralding a date to September.

50 Cent says he’s no longer interested in doing a ‘Verzuz’ battle: “We back outside”

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