50 Cent Comments on French Montana Drama & Working With Taraji P. Henson


50 Cent came in and broke down what we can expect from his next Power spin-offs. With a Goodfellas vibe in Raising Kanan and a special focus on "Ghost's" frenemy "Rashad Tate" (played by Lorenz Tate), there's clearly a lot to anticipate.

Another major congratulations went out to "Mr. Positivity" for his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. While many people were proud of the accomplishment, there are always some who will hate from the shadows. But French Montana is one who will throw shade from the spotlight. That was made obvious when he accused 50 of paying for the star, which left the rapper-turned-entertainment mogul unbothered.

"I don't know what's wrong with that kid. Like something's wrong with him. It's the drugs. I think it's the drugs, getting high and just saying stuff."

One thing he was sure to clear up, however, was his feelings about the rumors of the two getting into a physical altercation in the club.

"I didn't punch him. When they saw the little altercation, the person who posted it said '50 just punched French Montana in the face' and I didn't do that. But he makes it look crazy. Like all the extra stuff enhanced it."

Unfortunately, Curtis feels like people have been trying him lately. Luckily, he has no problem admitting that he'd rather have a peaceful existence than endless drama. Wanting to work with Taraji P. Henson is the perfect example of that.

"I told Taraji I want to work with her when you see the numbers come back. Every time when I spoke to you, I sat right here on the show and I said, 'I don't have a problem with Taraji or Terrance, but the executives did steal from the marketing of Power.' And that's what I meant, then. Our shows weren't on the air at the same time. I was attaching myself to them through that, the argument, in order to be connected to the marketing budget Fox was going to spend."

The same effort, however, isn't had with burying any tension with DJ Khaled. 50 shared about a time he and Khaled were in Miami performing and went to see mutual friend, Fat Joe. Though they were both in the room together and Joe was semi-successful at balancing out his time so no issues would come about, there was still some thickness in the air that couldn't be avoided.

"He knows that if they put off an energy to me, I'm going to respond to it. Right there I'm going to respond to it. Ain't no wait until tomorrow it you're doing it. If you're doing it right there, let's address it...Theres easily a conversation. I don't even have a problem with him."

Check out what 50 had to say about the Power series finale, convincing Eminem not to respond to Nick Cannon, his thoughts on the Gayle King situation and more!

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