Fabolous recently shared his thoughts on the G-Unit General’s ThisIs50 Fest on his twitter account, and it seems like Fif might have a new online battle on his hands.
As previously reported 50 brought together a slew of New York artists, including Dipset, D-Block, Cory Gunz, Maino and Papoose, among others last Saturday (October 3) for concert promoting his Website. Fab, who was noticeably absent from the lineup, commented about the event on twitter.
“It’s interesting to c 50 cent unite wit NY artists when he’s 1 of the reasons NY hip hop became so isolated & crumbled,” he wrote. Adding, “I wonder if it’s a law in the 50th law of power book??”
No stranger to conflict, the Queens-bred MC responded to Fab’s comments on his site, thisis50.com. “Reading what Fab said about me on Twitter was disappointing,” he wrote. “I have extended myself to Fab personally to allow him to expand himself as an international Touring Artist. I thought we were Friends but that’s cool.”
50 followed his statement with an excerpt from his book 50th Law of Power: “Law #2: Never put too much trust in Friends, Learn how to use Enemies.”
To Loso’s credit, the Brooklyn rapper didn’t only criticize 50 on twitter, he also offered praises. “At 50’s peak his grind was unmatched, image was bulletproof, music was ignorantly motivational & catchy, even classic. most never hav that,” he said. “So don’t think I’m taking shots at 50…Jus that NY show me a lil puzzled.. But i love NY so i couldn’t knock it if i wanted to.” –Elan Mancini